Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose left Tuesday night’s 106-101 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks late in the fourth quarter because of left patellar tendonitis. “Just felt something with my left knee, like jumper’s knee or something like that,” Rose said after the game. “It just didn’t feel right while I was out there. Just got to be cautious with my body.”
Rose said an MRI on the knee has not been scheduled, and he didn’t seem too concerned about the injury after the game. Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg said Rose would be reevaluated Wednesday.
Source: Nick Friedell of ESPN
Make sure to follow Basketball Insiders on Twitter at @BBallInsiders.