CHICAGO – It is being reported that Chicago Bulls star point guard Derrick Rose will not be able to play basketball, or any other physical sport for the rest of his life after suffering his third major career injury.
It is sad to see a great player like Derrick Rose be plagued by major injuries since winning the NBA’s MVP award back in the 2010-2011 NBA season. First suffering an ACL tear in his left knee in 2012, then tearing his meniscus in his right knee in 2013, and now again tearing his meniscus. Chicago Bulls team physicians and doctors have confirmed that Derrick Rose will not be able to play any sport for the rest of his life. “It’s very sad” says Dr. Cole, one of the Chicago Bulls team physicians, “His meniscus will never gain the same strength again necessary to permit him to run or jump, let all alone play sports” finished Dr. Cole.
“I don’t know what to say” says fellow Chicago Bulls all star shooting guard Jimmy Butler, “he’s been my bro since I got here, he’s helped my game a lot and he will always be my bro, even if he’s not playing with us”. Rose has yet to publicly address his condition.
A very sad end for the former league MVP, however, we are thankful for what Derrick arose has brought NBA fans since his debut. For more information, subscribe to Huzlers.com for future updates.