Knicks' Derrick Rose to miss remainder of season with torn meniscus

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Rose, who didn't have to rehab last summer for a change, appeared to have regained much of his quickness this season while playing in 64 games and averaging 18 points. He sat out his third straight game Sunday against Boston, but the Knicks initially reported the injury was just soreness and swelling, with Hornacek saying before the game that he believed Rose could play again this season.

Traded to NY last June with Justin Holiday for Robin Lopez and Jerian Grant when the Bulls made a decision to cut ties with the Chicago native, Rose's current season got off to a shaky start while he successfully defended himself in civil court against sexual assault allegations brought by a former girlfriend.

Derrick Rose drives Jazz guard George Hill in a March 22 game in Salt Lake City.

The veteran signal caller had notably missed the Knicks' last two games, both of which came against the Miami Heat.

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Due to his slew of knee injuries, among other setbacks, Rose has made at least 64 regular season appearances five times since originally breaking into the National Basketball Association back in 2008-2009. Rose tore the ACL in his left knee during the 2012 playoffs and missed the entire following season, and he then tore the meniscus in his right knee in his first season back from surgery, costing him the final 72 games in 2013-14.

Rose will become a free agent following the 2016-17 seaosn. This latest injury will not help his chances at landing a long-term deal.

The Knicks point guard's body has failed him again.