Cleveland Cavaliers vs Chicago Bulls

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Cleveland Cavaliers vs Chicago Bulls Live

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NAME: Chicago Bulls – Cleveland Cavaliers
DATE: December 5, 2017
TIME: 01:00 UTC
VENUE: United Center, Chicago , USA

Cleveland Cavaliers vs Chicago Bulls

CLEVELAND Cavaliers guard Derrick Rose has been absent from team duties due to personal issues, but it appears he’s ready to return.

That’s according to The Athletic’s Jason Lloyd, who reported that the one-time NBA MVP has “been in contact with Cavs general manager Koby Altman in recent days and has expressed a desire to return.”

Rose’s issues reached a breaking point after he suffered a left sprained ankle, which was yet another minor injury that seemingly came as a result of the plethora of significant lower body injuries he suffered over his career.

The report claims that the Cavaliers will make an announcement regarding Rose on Monday (AEDT).

Rose, 29, left the team at the end of November, according to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin and Adrian Wojnarowski, in order to “(re-evaluate) his future in the NBA.”

The ESPN report also said that there was “growing uncertainty inside and outside the franchise about whether he will return to the team.”

Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue, as well as general manager Kody Altman, have said publicly that conversations with Rose were positive, with the latest news lending credence to those comments.

Rose, who played with his hometown Chicago Bulls for the majority of his career, won the league MVP in 2010, but had his rise cut short due to a series of knee injuries.

In seven games for the Cavs this season, Rose is averaging 14.3 points and 1.7 assists, in 26.9 minutes a game.

LeBron James was among the Cavaliers players to express support for their teammate.

“Whenever he’s ready to tell us or whatever, we’re ready for that.

You don’t ever fast-track someone’s process of what they may be going through. When they’re ready to talk about it or ready to bring it to the forefront, as his teammates, we’ll be ready for it.

“I don’t know what the organisation’s stand on that is. That’s different. From us as players, we don’t need an answer from him. We want him to be as great as he can be, off the floor first before he even thinks about being on the floor.”

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