Bulls guard Derrick Rose is hurt again, but this time it appears to not be as serious.


Rose awkwardly rolled his ankle during the fourth quarter Monday night against the Pacers, forcing him to miss the remainder of the game. With Rose, there's always concern when he misses any time with an injury, but fans can be thankful he isn't badly hurt.

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"Of course, my ankle's a little bit sore, but I'm just happy nothing's tore or broken," he said, via ESPN. "So I'll be all right."

Rose had 23 points, six assists and two rebounds in 34 minutes before exiting.

The Bulls play the Suns on Wednesday night, and Rose wasn't sure if he'd be able to give it a go.

"Who knows?" he said. "Right now, I'm able to walk on it. That's a good thing."

In addition to his now-injured ankle, Rose has been dealing with double vision as a result of his fractured orbital bone. Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg revealed recently that Rose could be dealing with his vision issues for a few more months.