After Derrick Rose tore his medial meniscus in his right knee again, many feared that his 2014-15 season was in jeopardy. However, D-Rose underwent successful surgery today and a timetable for his return has been pegged at 4-6 weeks. If he takes his time returning and sits out for six weeks, he'll still be able to play in three regular season games before the playoffs get underway.
According to reports, Carmelo Anthony has played in his last game of the season. As expected, Melo will undergo knee surgery and will be leaving the Knicks in a perfect position to land the #1 overall pick in the 2015 draft. Here's looking at you, Jahlil Okafor.
The Knicks' All-Star forward missed their last regular season game, a loss to the Magic, though he did play for the entire All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden over the weekend.
Although this is an injury that players can often come back from within a couple months, due to him recovering from his ACL injury as well, the Bulls have announced that D Rose is done for the rest of the season.