Derrick Rose emerged from his knee surgery procedure in a different form than the last two times he went under the knife — under his own power, the first step to a possible return to the floor as opposed to the status quo of ending his season.
Bulls officials held off on saying his torn right meniscus would put him out for the year and they had good enough reason to, as he’s slated to return in 4-6 weeks — in time for a handful of regular season games before the Bulls’ playoff run begins in mid-April.
“We anticipate 4-6 weeks as far as a recovery,” Bulls general manager Gar Forman said. “We anticipate a full return to activity. This is an injury that’s fairly common with NBA players or pro athletes.”
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