Now back with the Cleveland Cavaliers after being away from the team for almost two weeks, Derrick Rose made an attempt to clear the air with his teammates on Wednesday. Now Rose is back with the team, where he will continue rehab of his ankle.
However, LeBron James said publicly Rose didn't owe the team an apology. The former three-time All-Star came into the season hoping to use his potential success with the Cavs as a springboard for a comeback, which is why he signed the veteran's minimum. "He asked me could he talk to the team before we started shootaround and addressed the team".
Rose, who has an extensive injury history that includes a torn ACL and multiple meniscus surgeries, has not appeared in a game since November 7 due to a sprained ankle.
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As most hoops fans know, Rose, now 29 years of age, had been on an excused leave from the Cavs for quite some time.
Lue has declined to say how he'll make all the pieces fit, including Rose, who reported to work Monday for the first time since leaving the team November 22 to contemplate his basketball future. "It won't be in the next few games or nothing like that, so just got to see how he takes to treatment".
It is unclear what Rose's role will be when he gets healthy again. It's now possible Isaiah Thomas makes his debut before Rose returns, and the Cavs' opening-night starting point guard nearly certainly won't have the same role he did prior to his injury.
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Lue said that the understated Rose was not particularly emotional when he spoke to the team.
After exiling himself for two weeks, Rose re-joined the Cavs on Wednesday and, according to ESPN's Dave McMenamin, explained to his teammates that he was frustrated over his latest injury.
"It was just good to have him back and hear him talk, because he's not a big talker, "Lue noted. But just hearing what he had to say and then just seeing how everyone was welcoming him back and was happy he's here".
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