Derrick Rose met with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday, and they did not let the star point guard leave without agreeing to a deal.
With Kyrie Irving reportedly wanting the Cavaliers to find a way to trade him, it could make more sense than ever for free agent point guard Derrick Rose to sign with Cleveland.
How’s this for an unlikely reunion?
Sam Amick of USA TODAY Sports reports on Thursday that in addition to the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers being in the mix to sign former MVP
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly closing in on a potential deal with Derrick Rose, but they may need to stave off one final push from the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have not done a whole lot this offseason, but that could change if they sign one of the best free agent point guards remaining on the market.
The Milwaukee Bucks have interest in Derrick Rose, but it doesn’t seem to be going any further than that for the moment.
Point guard Derrick Rose and the Milwaukee Bucks have mutual interest, according to coach Jason Kidd.
Kidd told NBC Milwaukee’s Lance Allan that the two sides were interested in making a deal.
Could a move to the Western Conference be in the works for Derrick Rose?
The New York Post’s Marc Berman says Thursday that the Dallas Mavericks, despite their selection of Dennis Smith Jr.