The former MVP might be on his way to Cleveland. The former NBA MVP and All-Star would give the Cavs some additional help, although not necessarily the type of help other teams picked up this summer.
The thought in Cleveland is that Rose would play off-the ball, or be the primary back-up point guard for Kyrie Irving. (The NBA covers the difference on one-year minimum deals for veterans.) Regardless of whether they sign Rose, they still have to fill out their roster with at least minimum players. The Cavaliers would have to pay about $12 million in taxes on the roughly $2.1 million deal.
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The 28-year-old guard is an unrestricted free agent after spending last season with the New York Knicks.
Rose has averaged 19.5 points and 6.0 assists since being drafted first overall by Chicago in 2008. But since then, his career has been plagued by injuries. The Bulls are in a full rebuild and they already have three point guards who can't hit treys, so adding another would be a head-scratching move. Plenty of baggage. But he is Derrick Rose, and he presumably would need to be approved by LeBron James.