Rose (elbow) and the Pistons have agreed to terms on a two-year, $15 million contract, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
After splitting the 2017-18 season between Cleveland and Minnesota, Rose had a resurgent 2018-19 season with the Wolves, averaging 18.0 points and 4.3 assists in just over 27 minutes per contest. The former MVP will head east to Detroit, where he'll likely be penciled in as the primary backup to Reggie Jackson. Given the Pistons' relative lack of backcourt depth, however, there's a chance Rose could end up spending considerable time at the two, as well.
Rose (elbow) underwent a successful surgery to remove bone chips from his right elbow Saturday.
While the fact that the surgery was successful is a good sign that Rose is still on track to make a full recovery, it doesn't alter his original timeline for recovery at all. The veteran guard, who was having a strong year averaging 18.0 points and 4.3 assists per game, is still expected to miss the rest of the season but should be ready for the start of the 2019-20 campaign.
Rose is expected to miss the remainder of the season after an MRI revealed a chip fracture and loose body in his elbow.
Rose has been sidelined for the last four games with lingering elbow soreness, and with the MRI revealing some internal problems that have led to swelling, it looks like the Wolves are just going to shut the veteran down. After a tough 2017-18 season, Rose bounced back in impressive fashion this year and averaged 18.0 points and 4.3 assists per game for Minnesota. With Jeff Teague (foot) also being shut down, Tyus Jones will remain the team's starting point guard for the rest of the season.
Rose (elbow) is listed as out for Thursday's game in Charlotte.
This will be Rose's fifth straight absence with lingering soreness in his elbow, and there doesn't appear to be a return on the horizon for the veteran guard. With Jeff Teague (foot) still sidelined, Tyus Jones will once again assume the role of Minnesota's starting point guard Thursday.
Rose (elbow) will be sidelined for Tuesday's contest against the Warriors, Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic reports.
Rose's injury-plagued season continues as the former MVP will be missing his fourth straight game due to lingering elbow soreness. With Jeff Teague (foot) out as well, Tyus Jones is presumably in line for a start Tuesday against the Warriors with Jerryd Bayless filling in off the bench.
Rose (elbow) is listed as doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Warriors.
Rose has missed the past three games as he continues to deal with a sore elbow. Usual starter Jeff Teague has already been ruled out, so it looks like Tyus Jones will continue to start. More information should come out on Rose's status Tuesday, however all signs are pointing to him sitting out once again.
Rose (elbow) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Rockets.
This will be Rose's third straight absence while he continues to nurse soreness in his elbow. Jeff Teague's status with a foot injury is still unclear, but Tyus Jones should get extended backcourt minutes regardless. Rose's next opportunity to play will be Tuesday against the Warriors.
Rose (elbow) won't play Thursday against the Jazz, Chris Hine of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Rose was handed a questionable designation leading up to Thursday's clash, although he'll miss his second straight contest due to elbow soreness. With Jeff Teague (foot) was also ruled out, it'll be up to Tyus Jones and Jerryd Bayless to fill in at point guard.
Rose (elbow) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game in Utah.
Rose was sidelined for Tuesday's game against Denver due to an elbow injury suffered in Sunday's win over the Knicks, and it looks like he isn't entirely past the issue. Jeff Teague (foot) is also listed as questionable, so if either or both guards are unable to play Thursday, Tyus Jones would be in line for another heavy dose of minutes at point guard.
Rose (elbow) has will not play in Tuesday's matchup with the Nuggets, Alan Horton of the Timberwolves Radio Network reports.
Rose suffered an elbow injury in Sunday's victory over the Knicks and only played eight minutes as a result. It looks like the Timberwolves will err on the side of caution with the veteran point guard on Tuesday. With Jeff Teague (foot) also sidelined look for Tyus Jones to see a heavy workload at point, while Jerryd Bayless should see most of the reserve minutes. Consider Rose day-to-day heading into Thursday's game against the Jazz.
Rose is questionable for Tuesday's matchup against the Nuggets due to a sore right elbow.
Rose played just eight minutes Sunday in a win over the Knicks, as he apparently injured his elbow along the way. With Jeff Teague (foot) also questionable, the Wolves could end up thin in the backcourt. If both players sit out, Tyus Jones figures to draw a start.
Rose recorded 29 points (13-23 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), three rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 30 minutes during Saturday's 135-130 overtime win against the Wizards.
Rose had his nine-game streak of double-digit scoring snapped in the last contest but bounced back in a big way in this one. Andrew Wiggins (thigh) and Karl-Anthony Towns (knee) could be in line to miss Sunday's matchup with the Knicks, which would likely result in Rose taking on an even bigger burden offensively against a weak defensive club.
Rose recorded 18 points (7-17 FG, 4-5 FT), six rebounds and six assists across 27 minutes in Wednesday's 131-123 overtime loss to the Hawks.
Rose has been a scoring catalyst off the bench for the Timberwolves of late, averaging 19.2 points in just over 24 minutes in each of his last six games. He also flashed his ability to contribute in other ways Wednesday night, as his rebound and assist totals were his highest since the start of 2019.
Rose ended with 20 points (8-17 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 3-5 FT), five rebounds, and one assist in 25 minutes during Monday's 112-105 victory over the Kings.
Rose provided instant offense off the Timberwolves bench Monday, helping the team come away with an important victory. He offered very little outside of the scoring which is somewhat expected on most nights, however, the points are always nice especially with a number of his teammates struggling from the field. Rose is basically always a chance of missing games due to the team managing his ongoing injuries but when he is active, he is worthy of an active roster spot in many formats.
Rose supplied 23 points (10-15 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), four assists and two rebounds across 23 minutes in the Timberwolves' 140-128 loss to the Bucks on Saturday.
Rose once again paced the team in scoring despite his second-unit role, as an extremely efficient shooting night helped him pile up the points over a modest allotment of playing time. The veteran guard has eclipsed the 20-point mark in three of the past four games, and he appears to be retaining the value he'd accumulated during his earlier run as a starter while Jeff Teague nursed multiple injuries. Rose's minutes appear set to remain in the low-to-mid-20s for the time being, however, so his production could certainly fluctuate on nights when his shot isn't as sharp as it was Saturday.
Rose totaled 20 points (6-14 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 8-8 FT), three assists, three steals and two rebounds across 23 minutes in the Timberwolves' win over the Knicks on Friday.
Rose came off the bench again, but he still led his team in scoring in Friday's win. Minnesota seems to be taking it easy with Rose, who has missed six of his last nine games due to an ankle injury. Rose has experienced a career revival with the Timberwolves this season, averaging his most points (18.2) since 2011 and his most efficient shooting percentage (47.7) since 2009, making him a great fantasy option at guard if he can stay healthy.
Rose had 12 points (5-13 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four assists, and three rebounds in 23 minutes during Wednesday's 121-111 win over the Rockets.
Rose gave it a go despite lingering ankle soreness. While he was inefficient offensively he delivered decent counting stats, and the All-Star break allows him the opportunity to rest and recover. Assuming the time off allows him to suit up for the team's next matchup (Feb. 22 versus the Knicks), it's a fantasy-friendly one.
Rose (ankle) has been cleared to play Wednesday against the Rockets.
As expected, Rose will take the floor despite lingering right ankle soreness. Over his past eight appearances, he's averaging 16.5 points, 4.6 assists and 2.4 rebounds across 24.4 minutes.
Rose is probable for Wednesday's game against Houston due to right ankle soreness.
Rose returned from an ankle injury Monday against the Clippers and dropped 22 points in 25 minutes, so the Timberwolves have likely added him to the injury report as a precaution. They figure to continue to keep a close eye on their backup point guard, although he is expected to be available moving forward.
Rose scored 22 points (9-18 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-5 FT) while adding six assists, a rebound, a steal and a block in 25 minutes off the bench during Monday's 130-120 win over the Clippers.
An ankle injury cost Rose six of the prior seven games, but he returned to the court Monday and looked to be in top form. Despite his difficulty staying healthy, the veteran guard is still averaging a strong 18.5 points a game when he is in the lineup.
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