After suddenly deciding to move on from Phil Jackson, the New York Knicks also appear to be ready to move on from Derrick Rose. Via the New York Daily News: 

Despite reports of mutual interest before Phil Jackson was fired, a reunion between the Knicks and Derrick Rose appears to be a long shot, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation.

The Knicks acquired Rose last summer in a deal that sent Robin Lopez to the Bulls, and though Rose had high hopes for his new squad, calling them a superteam before the season started, it was another rough season in Madison Square Garden. New York struggled to a 31-51 record, and while Rose had his moments, he also bizarrely skipped a game without telling the Knicks what was going on. 

Even with Rose reportedly willing to take less than a max contract, there's just no reason for the Knicks to commit to Rose long-term given where they are as a franchise -- especially after just using their first-round pick on Frank Ntilikina last week. 

As for Rose's future, he figures to draw interest from multiple teams, including the Minnesota Timberwolves, who are led by his old coach Tom Thibodeau, and recently acquired Jimmy Butler