Derrick Rose To Resume Basketball Activities In Two Weeks After Surgery
Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls’ point guard, is expected to restart basketball pursuits in two weeks after he underwent surgery on Wednesday morning for an orbital fracture.
According to Yahoo Sports, the Chicago Bulls officially declared on Wednesday that the 2012 NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP) has undergone a successful surgery following an elbow hit on face on Tuesday morning. The teammates are still optimistic about Derrick Rose playing along with them on October 27, season open against Cleveland Cavaliers while they expect Rose to regain ventures in two week time.
Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said Derrick Rose hasn’t suffered any structural damage, as reported by ESPN. After the Thursday practice he said, “When he comes back ready to go he should be able to go right back into it 100 percent. You know, 50 percent load and then move all the way up from mid-restriction. I don’t anticipate that in his case this will happen.”
Pertaining to different injuries, counting three major knee injuries, since 2011-12, Rose has just played hundred orderly-season matches, this being another setback for the NBA player. Hoiberg acknowledges the fact that Rose will require time to recovery while he also believes that he will be soon in game shape.
Meanwhile, LeBron James of Cavaliers disclosed his feeling about Rose injury and wished him speedy recovery, which he also mentioned as unfortunate for any anyone to undergo a surgery.
Notably, Derrick Rose, earlier, was accused of raping his ex-girlfriend along with his two friends that upset his fans. But his lawyer, Lisa Cohen, had denied the allegations filed in the lawsuit stating it as completely false and were done purposely to put the player’s name in bad light.
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