Rose suffers torn meniscus, complicating off-season free agency plans

Doyle BarkerApr 03, 2017

Knee injuries have plagued the three-time All-Star and 2010-11 MVP while he was with the Bulls.

Charles is a freshman at Pennsylvania State University from Long Island, New York, majoring in broadcast journalism.

Derrick Rose suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee and has been ruled out for the remainder of the season. Rose averaged 18.0 points, 4.4 assists and 3.8 rebounds this season.

This time, it's for a torn meniscus in his left knee, according to The Vertical. "The explosiveness that you saw years ago, you saw (this year)".

The Knicks also announced Rose will need arthroscopic surgery.

In the 2012-13 season opener, Rose tore his ACL and missed the entire year.

Rose had begun the year healthy and talking about the Knicks as one of the NBA's "super teams".

Rose had missed the previous two games with what the team described as soreness and swelling.

As the Knicks look to rebuild around star center Kristaps Porzingis, Rose may not be the only big name on his way out of the Big Apple.

Traded to NY last June with Justin Holiday for Robin Lopez and Jerian Grant when the Bulls chose to cut ties with the Chicago native, Rose's current season got off to a shaky start while he successfully defended himself in civil court against sexual assault allegations brought by a former girlfriend.

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