Derrick Rose is getting better, but pay per head sportsbooks learned that on Tuesday, Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said that the former league MVP is not expected to practice again with the team this season as he rehabs from surgery on a torn medial meniscus in his right knee.
“Most likely not,” Thibodeau said. “But we’ll see. He’s out for the year, but he’s doing great.”
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that after shootaround, Thibodeau was watching Rose take extra jumpers on the United Center court. Since mid-January, Rose was traveling with the Bulls, and during his latest rehab process he kept his spirits high.
“He’s running on a treadmill,” Thibodeau said. “Making a shot here or there, he’s doing well. He’s doing fine. He’s still nowhere close to practicing or anything like that, but he’s doing well overall.”
Center Joakim Noah and pay per head sportsbooks believe that there’s progress in Rose’s recovery.
“He’s doing a lot more than just shooting around,” Noah said. “He’s in the gym non-stop. Just working on his body, getting better, getting better, and that’s what it’s all about. He’s a big part of this team, and he has that mentality of just having no regrets. Just giving everything you got. If you can go, you can go, and if you can’t you did everything you could to make it. That’s what it’s all about.”
Noah was asked if he hopes to see Rose return by the playoffs.
“That’s not my decision,” he said. “That’s nobody’s decision. It’s all about how he feels and regardless of what happens we’re going to be supportive.”
Price per head services found out that Noah is happy with having Rose around the team again as he tried to return to the court.
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“He’s working really hard,” Noah said. “He’s always around the team. Being a great leader, showing support to his teammates and just watching him work every day. I think it’s just extra motivation for us to go out there and go harder.”