It seems that NBA star Derrick Rose can not get a break. The Chicago Bulls player missed a full season due to surgery for a tear in his ACL. Now on the first day of practice for the 2015-2016 season he now facing another surgery after being elbowed in the face.
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Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose will have surgery on his left eye after being elbowed in the face.
The Bulls say the 2011 NBA MVP sustained a left orbital fracture on the first day of practice. He is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday, and a timetable for his return will be determined after the operation.
The injury is the latest in a long line for Rose and the last thing the Bulls needed with a new coach in Fred Hoiberg.
Rose missed all of the 2012-13 season after tearing his left ACL during the first round of the 2012 playoffs, and played only 10 games two years ago after tearing the meniscus in his right knee. He also had a minor procedure on the right knee late last season.
This Rose injury not what Hoiberg expected, but he'd better get used to it– since 2011, Rose has only played in 100 regular season games.
— Dan Roan (@DRoan) September 29, 2015
Full statement from the Chicago Bulls.
Bulls Guard Derrick Rose was struck in the face by an elbow during today’s practice. He was taken by the Bulls medical staff to Rush University Medical Center for testing and evaluation which determined he sustained a left orbital fracture. After consultation with several specialists, it has been determined that he will require a surgical procedure, which will take place tomorrow at Rush. After the procedure, a timetable for return to play will be determined.