Derrick Rose's rehab from meniscus surgery is expected to take approximately six months, according to GM Gar Forman.
Derrick Rose will miss the rest of the 2013-14 season after having his torn medial meniscus repaired on Monday.
Derrick Rose went back to Chicago on Sunday and will have right knee surgery on Monday.
Derrick Rose is reportedly "leaning" toward having his torn medial meniscus reattached, a procedure which could sideline him for the rest of the season.
The Chicago Bulls will not wait on deciding if Derrick Rose (torn meniscus) will have surgery on his knee.
Derrick Rose has a torn medial meniscus in his right knee, and he'll be out indefinitely after having surgery.
We're awaiting the results of Derrick Rose's MRI, which should be released on Saturday evening.
The Bulls fear Derrick Rose (right knee) may have torn his ACL on Friday night, according to Jordan Bernfield of WGN Radio in Chicago.
Derrick Rose (right knee) left the Moda Center in Portland on crutches following Friday's game and will have an MRI in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Derrick Rose suffered a right knee injury in the third quarter of Friday's game and will not return.
Derrick Rose suffered a right leg injury in the third quarter of Friday's game.
Derrick Rose scored just four points in the second half of Thursday's loss to the Nuggets, finishing with 19 points, four boards, four assists and one 3-pointer in 33 minutes.
Derrick Rose (toe) admitted that his turf toe injury from 2012 is still bothering him.
Derrick Rose hit just 4-of-13 shots and had only four foul shots in Monday's win over the Bobcats, finishing with 12 points, three rebounds, five assists and a steal in 31 minutes.