Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Rose participating in non-contact drills

Tom ThibodeauChicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau, cautious about starting more rumors on Derrick Rose, said that the former MVP point guard started participating in non-contact drills during team practices, but pay per head sportsbooks saw that he also made it clear that he won’t return to action this season.

“Yeah, yeah, he’s doing that; he’s moving along fine,” Thibodeau said when he was asked about non-contact drills. “He has picked it up a little bit. But there’s still no contact. He’s out for the year, but he’s doing well.”

And pay per head sportsbooks could see that the fans were given some hope when they heard the coach say this.

When he was told that the question was not about returning either in the regular season or the playoffs, the coach stopped the statement.

“I’m just beating you to the next [question],” the coach said.

Pay per head sportsbooks remember very well when on November 22, Rose tore his right meniscus, and three days later had season-ending surgery, leaving fans everywhere very worried about his fitness. He played in only 10 games after missing all of last season due to a torn left ACL.

Despite recent rumors that the player might return for the playoffs, the team remained firm that he will not return to action this season, much to the disappointment of many fans and pay per head sportsbooks. However, price per head services found out that Rose could return to the court this summer for USA Basketball, and might participate in the World Cup taking place in Spain.

That would be the player’s first chance at contact since Chicago won’t take part in any scrimmages at practice late during the season.

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“You know, we’re not practicing real long this time of the year, but all the non-contact stuff he’s doing,” Thibodeau said.

Pay per head sportsbooks all over the world will continue to follow developments on the progress made by Rose, and many fans remain confident that the player will make a complete recovery sooner than expected.