Derrick Rose’s injuries are almost our daily bread, sadly. The base, who was the youngest MVP in NBA history, has a history of physical problems that have limited his performance too much.
The last episode we have experienced this week, in the match against the Clippers that the Timberwolves took but in which Rose fell again injured. A sprain in his right ankle, produced when he hit an attack on Milos Teodosic, left the game director out of action.
Fortunately it doesn’t seem like a serious injury, although Rose’s ankles are the last part of the body that comes to bother him, after the ordeal suffered in the knees. Already in Cleveland he suffered problems in this joint, which is now joined by the sprain, something common in the NBA, but that does nothing more than restrain a Rose that had showed a good version before the Rockets.