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Chicago bulls point guard Derrick Rose underwent successful knee surgery on Friday and should be cleared to play in 4-6 weeks, according to ESPN.

For Rose, the former MVP who had missed most of the previous two seasons with surgeries to both of his knees, this was positive news.

"There's the old saying that surgery's minor as long as it's on somebody else," Forman said. "But in this case, in comparison to what Derrick's had to go through the last several years, this surgery really was minor."

"It was an anthroscopic outpatient surgery, so Derrick at this time is full weight-bearing," Forman said. "It was a quick procedure. He had it done and he was able to walk out of the hospital."

Rose could start working out at the team's practice facility Saturday, Forman said.
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