Chicago Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said Saturday that injured point guard Derrick Rose will not be allowed to play until he is completely healthy.
Jerry Reinsdorf just told— Nick Friedell (@ESPNChiBulls) August 11, 2012
@espnbrucelevine and @fred_huebner he won't let DRose back unless he's 100 percent healthy.
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There is no specific timetable for Rose's return from the ACL tear he suffered during the Bulls' first game of the 2012 NBA Playoffs. Updates throughout the summer from doctors on Rose's recovery have generally been positive.
Rose averaged 21.8 points and 7.9 assists per game during an injury-plagued 2011-12 regular season that saw him play in just 39 games.
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