Derrick Rose staying in touch with Cavaliers while mulling future

Derrick Rose staying in touch with Cavaliers while mulling future

Derrick Rose staying in touch with Cavaliers while mulling future

ESPN reported on Friday that Derrick Rose was away from the Cleveland Cavaliers and seriously considering retirement.

The pair report that Rose's frustrations with continued injuries is causing him to ponder his desire to continue to play in the league.

According to the NBA insider, Rose is now away from the team and evaluating his future in basketball as he is "tired of being hurt". Additionally, there is "growing uncertainty inside and outside" the Cavaliers about whether or not Rose will return to the team.

According to ESPN, Rose has not communicating with people close to him inside the Cavs organization in the last few days.

Rose started each game he played. "So, take as long as he needs to take, and we wish him well, and we want him back". He still has seven seasons and more than $80 million left on that deal. which will continue if he remains in the league.

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Rose originally suffered the ankle injury on October 20.

The Cavs, however, figure to be just fine without him.

Playing in only seven games so far this season, Rose was averaging almost 27 minutes per game. Just sore. I'm getting a lot of treatment for it, and tonight will be my first time wearing a boot.

Last week, Coach Tyronn Lue announced Rose, 29, would miss at least two weeks with the ankle injury.

If he chooses to retire, Adidas will not have to pay out the remainder of the contract. In seven games this season he is averaging 14.3 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists while shooting 47 percent from the field.

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