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Rose's surgery should be scheduled next week

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PHILADELPHIA --- The surgery to repair the torn anterior cruciate in Derrick Rose's left knee has yet to be schedule but is expected to be next week.

Rose is now going through "prehab," which consists of reducing swelling and fluid around his injured knee while strengthening supporting muscles that will hopefully allow him to recover from surgery quicker.

Rose injured his knee late in Game 1 and has been told the timetable for him to recover is approximately eight months.

"No decisions have been made," Thibodeau said. "We're just texting right now."

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