Bulls coaches will visit Rose in his home Saturday to help him learn the new portions of Fred Hoiberg's system that have been installed at practice.
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Rose expected to rejoin Bulls Wednesday
The PG is recovering from a fractured left orbital, and coach Fred Hoiberg said after practice today: "[The doctors have] advised him to continue to let that sight heal and they think the best way to do that is for him to stay at home at this time. We plan on him being back Wednesday morning."
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Derrick Rose's surgery to repair his fractured orbital bone is complete, and the Bulls said the former MVP is expected to resume basketball activities in two weeks.
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose underwent surgery Wednesday morning to repair a left orbital fracture after taking an elbow to the face during Tuesday's practice.
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Derrick Rose has left orbital fracture
The Bulls guard took an elbow to the face during today's practice and suffered a left orbital fracture. He will have surgery Wednesday, which is when the team will determine how long he is out of action.
Rose attorney asking complaint be tossed
The attorney for Bulls guard Derrick Rose denied an accuser's claim that she was sexually assaulted and is asking for the civil complaint brought against Rose and two of his close friends to be thrown out, according to court documents. Story
Derrick Rose's attorney denied an accuser's claim that she was sexually assaulted and is asking for the civil complaint brought against Rose and two of his close friends to be thrown out.
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