Derrick Rose evaluating National Basketball Association career, exhausted of being hurt

Derrick Rose evaluating National Basketball Association career, exhausted of being hurt

Cavaliers guard Derrick Rose is leaving the team temporarily to ponder his future in the National Basketball Association, according to a report on ESPN.

Once the league's MVP, Rose's career has been derailed by a litany of lower body injuries that has sapped his historic athleticism and put him in a near-perpetual state of recovery from injury.

One team source told ESPN of Rose: "He's exhausted of being hurt and it's taking a toll on him mentally".

Rose, 29, has played in just seven games this season due to complications from a sprained left ankle initially suffered October 20. The team has said that his absence is "excused" and that he has been away from the team since Monday. It's understandable given the fact that Rose has averaged less than 50 games per season after missing the entire campaign after he tore his ACL. Last Friday the Cavs said the former league MVP would undergo extended treatment "over the next two to three weeks". Rose, unfortunately, has never been anywhere close to the same player since his time in his native Chicago.

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In the past five-plus seasons, he's missed multiple games due to injury every single year. "I'm just trying to figure it out, bro".

Rose has recently been dealing with an ankle injury. He was also required to wear a walking boot for the first week of that timeline.

Rose has averaged 14.3 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists in seven games this season. He signed a veteran's minimum contract with the Cavs in the offseason.

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