In the chilling evening of Tuesday it was rocking news that Derrick Rose, the 201 MVP winner could undergo a knee surgery once more. This makes his future in the NBA game to be doubtful.
The right knee of Rose had twice suffered from tear of his meniscus making this to be third injury within 3plus years.
Rose season could come to end if the meniscus is repaired or it could be removed and potentially returned.
The supernova player averaging 25.0points, 7.7 assist per game and 4.1 rebounds and led Chicago to league best 62 win was viewed to be the next star in the league for next decades.
It is believed he was shooting star but just for few moments considering losing one of players observed to be genius and talented.
But Rose has never been the same player since. After missing 27 games during the lockout-shortened 2011-12 season, he tore his left ACL late in the first game of the 2012 playoffs. That is the last playoff game Rose played in. He missed the entire 2012-13 season recovering from that injury. Last season, he played just 10 games before tearing the meniscus in his right knee in Portland in November 2013.
Rose has managed to play 95 of a possible 287 regular season games over the past four seasons and could wind up missing all but one game of four straight Bulls postseason trips.