Rose committed to signing with the Cavaliers after completing a physical exam Monday, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports. Rose was expected to choose between the Lakers and Cavaliers in what will likely be a one-year deal at a minimal price. Rose could potentially be entering an advantageous situation for a comeback, as starting star point guard Kyrie Irving has reportedly requested a trade from the team. Should he actually be traded, and depending on who the Cavaliers get in return, Rose could be in line for a heavy workload playing alongside LeBron James. However, that is all speculation at the moment, and in the meantime Rose figures to be in line for a role providing scoring off the bench. The 28-year-old is six years removed from an MVP season before significantly injuring his knee the following year. He is coming off his best season statistically since suffering the injury.
With the Knicks selecting Frank Ntilikina with the eighth overall pick in Thursday's draft, Rose's future could be impacted. The Knicks have indicated that they're interested in bringing Rose, an unrestricted free agent, back next season, but at this point it's unclear where he'd fit in their future plans. While Ntilikina may not be ready to command the offense right away, he's clearly the Knicks' point guard of the future, so his addition to the team could potentially influence the Knicks' front office as it decides whether or not to make a run at keeping Rose this summer.
Rose (knee) underwent a left knee arthroscopy to repair his torn meniscus on Monday. It was announced on Sunday that Rose would miss the remainder of the season due to his torn meniscus. The point guard has suffered a plethora of knee injuries in his career, but this particular one appears to be on the more minor side. The team described the surgery as "uncomplicated" and said that he is expected to resume basketball activities in 3-to-6 weeks. Rose will be a free agent this offseason and, though his injury will likely hurt his stock, it may not decrease his value as much as originally anticipated.
Rose was diagnosed Sunday with a torn meniscus in his left knee and will miss the rest of the season, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports. Rose just can't catch a break, as the oft-injured point guard has once again suffered a knee injury that should keep him out for an extended period of time. While a torn meniscus isn't necessarily the worst case scenario, it's still a tough blow for Rose, who may see a much smaller market for his services as he heads into free agency this summer. According to Wojnarowski, Rose will have the knee scoped and is expected to be out for six-to-eight weeks, so he should be back to full strength by early June. Rose finishes his 2016-17 campaign with averages of 18.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 4.4 assists across 32.5 minutes in 64 games. Ron Baker should finish out the last week and a half of the season as the Knicks' starting point guard, a role that should afford him 30-plus-minutes.
Rose (knee) will remain sidelined for Sunday's game with the Celtics, Stefan Bondy of New York Daily News reports. Rose will be missing a third straight game, and he could be in line for additional absences considering the Knicks have already been eliminated from playoff contention and likely aren't in a hurry to bring back the veteran point guard, who is set to become a free agent this offseason. Ron Baker drew the start in Rose's place the last two games and should do so again Sunday, which will afford him 30-plus minutes. In seven starts this season, Baker has averaged 4.9 points, 2.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists across 24.7 minutes, so he still likely won't be a great DFS option Sunday.
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