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Los Angeles Daily News

Hoffarth: How did L.A. escape a Rose garden full of thorns?

Can we all count our blessings - Lakers, Clippers, every other living soul in Los Angeles - that the derelict Derrick Rose just said no to whatever paradise we had to offer and took whatever is left of his uniquely odd talents to Cleveland?The marginalized one-time NBA MVP, a 28-year-old injury-prone guard with a body of work littered with questionable decision-making at every jerk of his bad knees, apparently met with the Lakers for three hours last week to determine if there was any mutual admiration.

Plain Dealer

Derrick Rose timeline: College stardom to the Cavs

Derrick Rose has come a long way since his one-and-done year at Memphis. He won a Rookie of the Year award, an MVP and has struggled through numerous injuries. Here's a timeline.

Inquisitr

Derrick Rose Agrees To Sign One-Year Deal With The Cavs

On Monday afternoon, former New York Knicks point guard Derrick Rose agreed to a one-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers worth $2.1 million, according to ESPN. Last season, Rose averaged 18.0 ppg and shot 47% from the floor. Despite being injury plagued over the years, he managed to play in 64 games in his only season with the Knicks. Rose declared the Knicks were a super-team with when he joined the team last season. However, the team finished with just a 28-54 record and failed to make the playoffs as well. Joining the Cavs, Rose will be apart of a team that has been Eastern...

News-Herald

Source: Derrick Rose agrees to deal with Cleveland Cavaliers

A person familiar with the decision says free agent Derrick Rose has agreed to sign with the Cavaliers.Rose, a former league MVP who has battled knee injuries, will get a one-year contract at the veteran's minimum of $2.1 million, said the person who spoke Monday to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team has not announce the agreement.

Knicks drop another heartbreaker, Carmelo misses game winner

Jeff Hornacek, Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose try to explain another heartbreaking last-second loss for the New York Knicks, as they fell to the Toronto Raptors, 92-91 at Madison Square Garden on Monday night.

Jeff Hornacek and Derrick Rose talk New York Knicks trade rumors

New York Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek and point guard Derrick Rose discuss the trade rumors surrounding the team as the NBA trade deadline looms.

Struggling New York Knicks beat Celtics in Boston, 117-106

Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony, and Jeff Hornacek discuss an upset win for the New York Knicks, as they beat the Boston Celtics 117-106.