Rose Returns To Cavs For Rehab

Rose Returns To Cavs For Rehab

Rose Returns To Cavs For Rehab

Derrick Rose is coming back to the Cavaliers.

Rose reported to the team's training facility and spoke with the Cavaliers front office staff.

Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Derrick Rose (ankle) will rejoin the team and "resume the treatment and rehabilitation process for his left ankle injury", the team announced on Monday.

"This has been a very challenging and hard time for Derrick", Cavaliers general manager Koby Altman said in a statement, via NBA.com.

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The Cavaliers are now on an 11-game winning streak with José Calderón starting at point guard.

It now appears that Rose - who has struggled with injuries throughout his career - has come to a decision and will seek an on-court return. Unless Isaiah Thomas returns before he does, of course. However, the Cavaliers announced that Rose would be undergoing treatment on his ankle on November 17, which became a potential breaking point for Rose and his National Basketball Association career. "That's different. From us as players, we don't need an answer from him, we want him to be as great as he can be, off the floor first before he even thinks about being on the floor". "I know he's frustrated, but like I said, I'm glad he's in a good place now, and we're glad to have him back", he added.

In seven games this season, Rose has averaged 14.3 points and 1.7 assists per game.

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