Derrick Rose sits out practice as part of 'planned rest'
Biulls guard sits out as part of planned rest, continues to practice without soreness.
"He did some, the warmup phase," Thibodeau said. "And we went shorter (Monday). We had a teaching segment that of course he participated in and the warmup phase. But the live stuff, we were planning on giving him (Monday) off."
Rose practiced five-on-five this weekend, and said "I feel back." He had no reported issues either day, and had no soreness on Monday. It's wise for the Bulls to be patient and careful with Rose, taking him step by step. Rose missed the entire 2012-2013 season recovering from a torn ACL suffered in spring 2012. He was cleared by doctors in February but never felt ready to return.
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