It has been nearly a month since Derrick Rose was released by the Utah Jazz following a three-team trade at the deadline, and the former NBA MVP has finally found a new home.
Derrick Rose has received very little interest from teams as a free agent, according to a report.
Rose was traded to the Utah Jazz as part of a 3-way deal on the day of the NBA trade deadline.
Derrick Rose has cleared waivers and is now free to sign with teams.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported on Monday that Rose had cleared waivers.
Derrick Rose will have no shortage of suitors now that he has been waived by the Utah Jazz.
Ty Lue had a little fun with Derrick Rose’s bathroom situation.
Derrick Rose wants you to know that he is doing just fine.
In a wide-ranging interview with Marc J.
Derrick Rose has returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers after leaving the team to contemplate retirement, and the former NBA MVP insists he was not financially motivated in any way.
Derrick Rose has dealt with a number of issues both on and off the court over the past couple of years, but the star point guard is apparently not ready to call it a career just yet.