Bulls say MRI shows no structural damage to Rose's leg

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CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Bulls say an MRI shows no structural damage to the right leg of star point guard Derrick Rose.

Rose is a game-time decision for Tuesday's matchup with the Milwaukee Bucks after sitting out the past three games because of a hamstring problem. He had the MRI on Monday to rule out any issues with his right knee, which he has had surgery on twice to repair his meniscus.

The Bulls have won four in a row and are second in the Central Division at 20-12.

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