I can’t say that I’m an expert on injury or how athletes respond to them, but it’s starting to seem like Bulls guard Derrick Rose might be checking out on this season.
Rose was asked the million dollar question once again in regards to when he would return and play, and he stated “nobody knows but god” according to ESPN Chicago.
“It could be tomorrow and I feel like I could play the next game,” said Rose, who tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee during the playoffs last year. “Nobody knows but God.”
Rose said he didn’t know how healthy he was percent wise, and didn’t want to put a percentage on it either.
“I really don’t know right now,” Rose said. “I don’t want to place no percentage on it, but I just know that I’m close and I’m taking every day serious and just becoming a professional.”
The Bulls will make the playoffs and it will be interesting to see if Rose would be willing to place such an enormous amount of pressure on himself, by returning for the playoff run.