Things have not gone especially well for the Detroit Pistons this season, and as a result, one of the group’s veterans is interested in looking for greener pastures. According to a report by Shams Charania and James L. Edwards III of The Athletic, the Pistons and backup Derrick Rose have actually come to a shared contract that a trade would be in the very best interest of both sides.

The bright side for Rose is that if he wants out of town, an old buddy has interest. Tom Thibodeau, who coached Rose during his MVP season in 2011, and the New York Knicks are reportedly “participated in talks” with Detroit about an offer to send Rose to the Huge Apple, and while there is no word on any other groups that are speaking with the Pistons, the report suggests that a couple of teams have connected in current days about Rose’s accessibility.

Furthermore, Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo Sports brings word that a handle the Knicks is “close.”.

Rose has actually not played in a video game since Jan. 30. He was great off the bench for the Pistons last season, and word has actually been distributing given that last trade deadline about the level of interest that other groups would potentially have in the All-Star. This year, Rose is balancing 14.2 points and 4.2 rebounds in 22.8 minutes per game. Rose has actually previously bet the Knicks, as he wore for them in 2016-17, and would offer them a stable hand in the backcourt in location of the mercurial Elfrid Payton. On Saturday, New York beat the Portland Trail Sports jackets to move into a tie for 6th location in the Eastern Conference.