Rose (foot) returned to the floor and posted 24 points (10-22 FG, 4-4 FT), five rebounds and five assists across 36 minutes during a 106-98 loss to the Spurs on Saturday. Rose looked pretty good in his return from a one-game absence, as he exceeded the 20-point mark for the fourth time so far this month. The 22 field goal attempts marked his highest total since Jan. 21 as he benefited from Carmelo Anthony's (knee) absence. Barring injuries, Rose is a good addition for owners seeking a combination of points, rebounds and assists to close out the season.
Rose (foot) will play during Saturday's tilt against the Spurs. Despite dealing with soreness in his right foot after sustaining an injury during Wednesday's tilt against the Jazz, Rose will suit up for Saturday's matchup against the Spurs. As a result, Ron Baker will probably head back to the bench and see a reduced role.
Rose (foot) is considered questionable to play Saturday against the Spurs, Tommy Beer of Basketball Insiders reports. Rose is still battling soreness in his foot stemming from an injury sustained during Wednesday's game against the Jazz. The ailment kept him out of action Thursday versus Portland, and it appears the Knicks will wait until closer to tip-off Saturday to make a decision on the point guard's status. If he's ultimately held out, expect Ron Baker to make another start in his place.
Rose (foot) will not play during Thursday's tilt against the Trail Blazers. Rose sustained a foot injury during Wednesday's loss to the Jazz, but was able to return later in the game. Though it appeared the injury was only minor, the Knicks are opting to hold him out of the second half of their back-to-back. Ron Baker and Chasson Randle will likely absorb most of his playing time at point guard.
Rose suffered a sore right foot in Wednesday's loss to the Jazz, but X-rays came back negative, Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reports. Rose was able to return after picking up the injury in the third quarter, finishing the night with 17 points (7-12 FG, 3-3 FT), six assists and one rebound in 32 minutes. While it looks like his injury is only a minor concern, the non-contending Knicks could opt to hold him out of the second half of the back-to-back set Thursday against the Trail Blazers. Expect the Knicks to make an official call on Rose's status in the hours leading up to the 10:00 p.m. ET tip time, but if he ends up sitting out, Ron Baker and Chasson Randle would likely cover most of the minutes at point guard.
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