Insider: Bulls Would 'Love' to Trade Rose, May See Him Disappear as Free Agent

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Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose underwent surgery on a torn meniscus in his right knee in early February, which has kept him off the court for the past five weeks.

While Rose recently returned to full-contact practice and is on track to return to the court before the playoffs begin, this is his third knee surgery since 2012, which has cast uncertainty over his long-term future with the Bulls.

Would the Bulls trade Rose for younger, healthier options? Could they even get anything for him?

Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times joins Stephen Nelson to discuss Rose's future with Chicago in the video above. 

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