Derrick Rose, Cavaliers Discussing One-Year Deal

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The Cleveland Cavaliers are considering signing Derrick Rose on a short-term deal, according to reports. Neither of which would move the dial much, especially not against competition like the Golden State Warriors.

In addition to the Lakers having an interest in Rose, the Cleveland Cavaliers are also interested. While Rose will never regain his 2011 MVP form, Deron Williams is incredibly washed up and clearly not the answer judging by his performance in the playoffs.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly closing in on a potential deal with Derrick Rose, but they may need to stave off one final push from the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Rose spent 8 seasons with the Chicago Bulls before joining the Knicks this past season.

The fact that he went AWOL before a game did not help him out either in the matter. The 28-year old has seen his career shift from a narrative of one of the NBA's best young players to a story of what could have been. Rose shot 47.1 percent, which was his best shooting percentage since his 2009-10 sophomore campaign with the Bulls. Regardless of those solid numbers, the unreliable Rose was not the answer to New York's point guard woes.

On April 2, he was ruled out for the season with the Knicks due to torn meniscus cartilage in his left knee.

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