An MRI on Rose's ankle returned negative, and the Pistons will re-evaluate him "in a few weeks," Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reports.
Rose landed awkwardly on his right ankle during Sunday's loss to Sacramento, and the 31-year-old is now set to miss extended time as the Pistons run out the clock on what's been a frustrating season. Rose figures to miss at least the next two-to-three weeks, at which point Detroit will have to assess whether it's worth bringing him back for the stretch run.
Rose (ankle) is without a timetable after exiting Sunday's game against the Kings, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports.
Rose departed the game in the second quarter with what appeared to be a sprained ankle and did not return. After the game, coach Dwane Casey said Rose was no longer in a walking boot, but he declined to state how much time he expects the guard to miss. The Pistons have two off days before Wednesday's game against the Thunder, but it's relatively unlikely that Rose will be ready for that contest.
Rose left Sunday's game against the Kings due to a right ankle injury and is questionable to return, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports.
Rose appeared to land awkwardly on the ankle during the second quarter of Sunday's game, and he immediately headed to the locker room for treatment. At this point, the severity of the injury is unclear, but it's encouraging that a return has not been ruled out.
Rose posted 31 points (15-24 FG, 1-2 3Pt), four assists, three rebounds, two steals and one block across 30 minutes during Friday's 113-111 victory over the Suns.
Rose had an excellent two-way effort Friday, notably tying his season-high 31 points. It was also the first time Rose has seen at least 30 minutes since Jan. 31. Across the past three contests, he's averaging 22.0 points, 4.0 assists, 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 steals.
Rose posted 20 points (6-14 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 7-7 FT), five assists, two rebounds and two steals in 27 minutes during Tuesday's 115-98 defeat at Denver.
Rose had his best performance of the current month based on his scoring totals, as he has reached the 20-point mark for the first time since Jan. 31, but the shooting woes have continued since he returned from the groin injury that forced him to miss five straight contests. In five games since returning to action, Rose is making just 32.8 percent of his shots and 14.3 percent of his three-point attempts.
Rose finished with 15 points (6-16 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two boards, and three assists in 28 minutes of a 107-104 loss to Portland on Sunday.
Rose made his second consecutive start, but once again he struggled shooting from the field despite his new title as starter. It was an off night for all the Pistons' starters, as Rose lead the way in scoring from those on his team who started the game. He'll look to rediscover his rhythm against the Nuggets on Tuesday.
Rose had 12 points (6-15 FG, 0-3 3Pt), four assists and one block in 23 minutes during Thursday's 126-106 loss to the Bucks.
Rose entered the starting lineup, taking the spot of the recently bought out Reggie Jackson. However, Rose struggled badly in this difficult matchup versus the league's best team to date. Still, there's a good chance he'll earn considerably more minutes on nights when the score is a bit closer, as Detroit trailed by 27 entering the final quarter. As such, Rose is probably set to carry a decent load for Detroit down the stretch of 2019-20.
Rose is starting Thursday against the Bucks, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports.
With Reggie Jackson no longer with the team, Rose will reclaim his spot in the starting five. Across 10 starts this season, Rose is averaging 19.2 points, 5.7 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 28.3 minutes.
Rose (hip) had two points (1-13 FG, 0-4 3Pt), four assists, one steal and one block in 17 minutes during Wednesday's 116-112 overtime loss to the Magic.
Rose returned to the rotation following a five-game absence with a strained left hip. However, he came off the bench and struggled badly from the field while tallying almost as many turnovers (three) as dimes. Nevertheless, Rose will now have a full week off to rest and recover in advance of next Thursday's matchup versus the Bucks.
Rose (hip) will come off the bench during Wednesday's contest against Orlando, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
After missing five straight games with a hip injury, Rose will be eased back in with a second-unit role while Reggie Jackson sticks as the starting point guard. Rose will be making his first appearance off the bench since Jan. 13.
Rose (hip) will be available Wednesday against the Magic, Vincent Ellis of the Detroit Free Press reports.
As expected, Rose will return from a strained right hip to play his first game since Feb. 2. He started in his last nine appearances, so there's a strong chance he gets the nod Wednesday, though according to Rod Beard of The Detroit News, he'll be on a minutes restriction. Since January, Rose is averaging 21.5 points, 5.8 assists and 3.2 rebounds in 30.0 minutes.
Rose (hip) is expected to play Wednesday against Orlando.
Rose missed Monday's game against the Hornets, but he's been bumped up to "probable" on the latest injury report, implying that he'll be back to availability before the All-Star break. Rose could be limited after sitting out the last five games, and it's unclear if he'll be in the starting lineup.
Rose (hip) will not play Monday against the Hornets, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
As expected, Rose will remain sidelined for a fifth consecutive game as he recovers from a strained left hip. Reggie Jackson and Bruce Brown should continue to handle the majority of point guard duties in his absence. Wednesday's game in Orlando will mark Rose's final chance to return before the All-Star break.
Rose (hip) is doubtful for Monday's game against the Hornets, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports.
Rose will likely be held out for a fifth consecutive contest as he continues to nurse a strained left hip. Look for an official update from the team to come out ahead of tipoff clarifying the veteran guard's availability.
Rose (hip) will not play Saturday against the Knicks.
A strained left hip will keep Rose on the shelf for a fourth straight matchup. His next opportunity to play arrives Monday against the Hornets.
Rose (hip) will not play Friday against the Thunder.
Rose will miss a third straight game as he recovers from a strained left hip, with Reggie Jackson likely to pick up another start in his place. With the Pistons playing a back-to-back set Friday and Saturday, it wouldn't be surprising to see Rose remain sidelined for both contests.
Rose (hip) won't play Wednesday against Phoenix, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
Rose, who's battling a left hip strain that he suffered in Sunday's matchup against Denver, will remain sidelined for a second straight contest. Reggie Jackson will presumably earn another start and seize an increased role with Rose sitting out.
Rose (hip) is listed as out for Monday's game against the Grizzlies.
Rose strained his left adductor during Monday's game against Denver, so it's not a surprise that he'll remain out for the second night of a back-to-back. Consider the veteran guard day-to-day as Wednesday's meeting with the Suns approaches.
Rose (groin) is out for the remainder of Sunday's contest against Denver, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports.
Rose was officially questionable to return to Sunday's matchup with a sore left groin, but it appears that the Pistons have cautiously ruled out their point guard for the remainder of the game. Reggie Jackson started the second half of Sunday's contest and will likely see an increased role.
Rose is questionable to return to Sunday's contest against Denver due to a left sore groin, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports.
Rose reportedly exited Sunday's contest early with pain around his left groin, and he is officially questionable to return to the contest. Reggie Jackson will likely see most of the work at point guard for as long as Rose is unable to return against the Nuggets.
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