The way John Wall sees it, there’s no point for Derrick Rose to try and suit up for the Chicago Bulls this season. Wall thinks it’d be best for DRose to return in 2013-’14 when he’ll be completely healthy. Per ESPN: “Washington Wizards guard John Wall, who missed more than two months with a knee injury, believes Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose would be better off sitting out the rest of the season as he recovers from May 12 ACL surgery. ‘I think the organization and the team understands how hard [Rose plays] and what he does for the city and the team, how hard he works and what he wants to bring back to that city,’ said Wall, whose Wizards defeated the Bulls 90-86 Tuesday night. ‘So I think [based off] what he has already done, they would understand if he didn’t come back. I feel like [if] I were in the situation I wouldn’t really [come back this year] because you don’t have enough time to get into a rhythm. Then you get to the playoffs, D-Rose wouldn’t be good for that team just playing 20 minutes a game. They’re already a good team and good defensively, but to be even better he would have to play more minutes.’ Rose said last week that he wouldn’t rule out making his season debut in the playoffs rather than getting up to speed with a few regular-season games. [...] ‘It took me until March to really find my rhythm of getting into game shape,’ Wall said. ‘It took so long because the first month, month and a half I was playing 20 minutes. You play five minutes a quarter, you can’t really find yourself, so it’s very tough. But when you get to start starting and playing more minutes you start to find yourself again, so it was pretty tough at the beginning.’”