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Point guard Derrick Rose will complete a disappointing first season with the Knicks on the sidelines.
That’s because Rose tore the meniscus in his left knee and will be out for 6-8 weeks.
According to NBC Sports:
This should also quash any talks of re-signing Rose for the Knicks, at least at the level that Rose has been looking for. The former superstar has reportedly been seeking a huge max deal, but with yet another knee surgery under his belt it’s unlikely that any team in the NBA would be willing to sign him for a considerable long-term contract.
The Knicks are likely to move on from Carmelo Anthony this offseason as well, rebuilding in president Phil Jackson’s effort to return the franchise to relevancy.