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Mar 21, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; (Multiple Exposure) Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose (1) before the game against the Portland Trail Blazers at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Derrick Rose Dunking, Showing No Signs of Knee Injury (Video)

There has been plenty of questions surrounding Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose and whether or not he will return to the court in 2013. Rose has been recovering from a torn ACL and was cleared by doctors a while ago, but he has continued to decide not to return to the court.

Rose says he doesn’t want to return to action until he feels that he is mentally ready, which should be troubling for Bulls teammates and fans considering he has been dunking in practices.

If you aren’t sold on the health of your knee, you wouldn’t be putting all of your weight on your leg and exploding into a dunk. It’s that simple.

You hate to say it, but it seems like Rose could either be milking his injury or just holding off until next season because he doesn’t feel comfortable with the team that he has around him. You never want to speculate about that, but when you are cleared by the doctors the obvious concern is there.

Here is a video of Derrick Rose throwing down a powerful jam during practice:

What do you think about the Rose situation? Is he wise to wait until next season to return or is he milking his injury and putting off a return until he gets more talent around him.

Sound off in the comments section and let us hear your thoughts.

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