Cavaliers' Derrick Rose returns to Cleveland Clinic for rehabilitation: 4 takeaways

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | December 05, 2017 | Print  |

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Derrick Rose returned to Cleveland Clinic Courts training facility for rehabilitation, following a brief self-imposed absence from the team, according to the NBA.

Here are four takeaways:


1. Mr. Rose has been suffering from a sprained left ankle since October. He left the team on Nov. 22 to contemplate his injury and career.


2. Physicians at the Cleveland Clinic do not have a timeline for when the guard will return.


3. In September, the Cavaliers and Cleveland Clinic celebrated the10 year anniversary of the Cleveland Clinic Courts. The organization has been the official healthcare provider for the Cavaliers since 1993.


4. The healthcare organization recently-signed a contract extension to remain the team's healthcare provider.


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