Knicks' Derrick Rose out for rest of season with knee injury

Posted April 03, 2017

New York Knicks guard Derrick Rose will miss the rest of the season after suffering a torn meniscus, the Knicks confirmed Sunday.

Off-court legal issues and a sudden, random disappearance threw unexpected wrenches into his season, but Rose was generally productive for the Knicks in 64 games as he averaged 18 points and six assists per night.

The original diagnosis was a sore knee, and Rose had missed three consecutive games - including Sunday against the Celtics.

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A torn meniscus in his right knee also sidelined him for the bulk of the 2013-2014 season. The Knicks announced the knee will require arthroscopy, and it will be Rose's fourth surgery to either knee.

The 28-year-old last appeared in a game Monday against the Detroit Pistons, scoring 27 points in a win.

The point guard has a long history of sabotaging knee injuries, but the timing of his latest could not be worse for his financial future. Prior to the injury, the Knicks hadn't ruled out the possibility of bringing Rose back for next season, according to sources.

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Rose will be a free agent this offseason for the first time in his career.

The 28-year-old will be a free agent after this season, and a return to NY after this disastrous season is highly improbable.

The inability to stay healthy forced the Bulls to deal Rose to the Knicks during the 2016 draft.

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