Chicago Bulls’ point guard Derrick Rose had undergone an MRI on Monday on his right knee. The Bulls’ management and fans were eagerly awaiting the outcome of the test. The report has returned clean.
Rose practiced with the Chicago Bulls on Monday and is a regular in the practice sessions. Fred Hoiberg, the Bulls’ head coach, revealed on Monday that the team has adapted a “cautious approach” toward Rose’s injury, as reported by Morning News USA.
Rose admitted that he was feeling a bit of pain in his right knee. The Bulls’ point guard tore the medical meniscus on his right knee on November 2013 and had a meniscectomy on February 2015.
On Monday, results went in his favor, revealing no structural damage.
“There was no structural damage,’’ Hoiberg said. “He participated [in the practice]. We didn’t do a lot of live activity [Monday]. So at this point, he’ll be a game-time decision [Tuesday night against Milwaukee].’’
Rose pointed out the right knee tendinitis stemmed from his overloaded schedule in the past few weeks.