Not right on the right knee
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He received the NBA Most Valuable Player Award in 2011, the youngest player to ever win the award at age 22. He was quite Michael Jordan in the making, who was known to get the same award. And yes, he is Derrick Rose or D Rose as we call him.
We all know that the 6'3" player of Chicago Bulls was outside the court for the 2012-2013 season due to his left knee injury. He was then missed playing in the court, shooting, running, dribbling and his follow-throughs. Training took place, practice will definitely make it perfect and he was finally back. D Rose risen up, as expected, as we all waited, he's definitely back on track.
It was ON! The season is starting the fire for the whole team but November 22nd is an exception for D Rose. Rose injured his right knee during a game against Portland Trailblazers. A Meniscus tear on his right knee stabbed his day on, a surgery is required... Rose is out and he won't be able to join the Bulls on its road games for the season.
Averaging 31.1 minutes per game since the season started, D Rose will no longer visible even for a minute for Bulls' next games. Fans are truly saddened, and not just fans but NBA enthusiasts as well. D Rose and his team belong to the NBA Championship's strongest contenders - its legendary background where Michael Jordan came from and got to be the greatest NBA player of all time is now one-foot incapable for this season.
The whole NBA community is cheering for you, Rose. Let's get a new awesome season rollin' one more time.