The Chicago Bulls received some positive news, as superstar point guard Derrick Rose’s rehab from left knee surgery appears to be moving in the right direction. Rose has begun to cut on his surgically-repaired knee. Per the Chicago Tribune: “Derrick Rose began cutting on his surgically-repaired left knee, the next step in his nine- to 12-month recovery from tearing his anterior cruciate ligament. Coach Tom Tibodeau said Rose began the next progression ‘within the last week,’ reiterating that he does believe the All-Star guard will play at some point this season. ‘Everything is going according to plan,’ Thibodeau said. ‘He’s not ahead of schedule. He’s not behind schedule. He’s exactly where he should be.'”
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