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Derrick Rose reverses his withdrawal

The future of Derrick Rose, MVP of the NBA in 2011, seems an unknown to be solved. The base of Chicago was thinking seriously about the retirement of the basketball with 29 years due to the ordeal of injuries that has been suffering since in 2012 the crusader broke. However, in the last few hours Rose seems to have regained the desire to be on the court and would be willing to postpone his farewell to active basketball.

During the last few days, when Rose was set back by the Cavaliers to think about his future while recovering from an ankle injury, the player has been in contact with both Cavs coach Tyronn Lue and the general manager of the Cavs. franchise Koby Altman, who seem to have convinced Rose to remain active.

In fact, in the next few hours the Cavaliers are expected to draft a statement in which they formalize Rose’s return to the team after 10 days apart. The base injured his ankle on November 18 and on the 22nd he asked for permission from the Ohio franchise to think about his future in the world of basketball. A destination that now seems to be more on the court than it was.
With the return of Rose the problem is in the hands of Lue, who recovers a cash in the base position (now only had Calderón as ‘1’ pure) but he will have to play a team that is going through its best moment of the season after adding 11 consecutive victories.

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