Derrick Rose is still struggling with double vision

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Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose in action during an NBA basketball game against the Philadelphia 76ers, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

There has been no more talked about story surrounding the Bulls over the last few seasons thatn the health of Derrick Rose. While the former MVP is on the court, he’s not healthy.

Three weeks into the season, Rose is still suffering from double vision after breaking an orbital bone before the start of the season.

Rose has spoken about his problems with double vision even before he started playing this year. He has said that that he needs to close one eye in order to clearly see. Many have speculated that it’s the reason why he continues to struggle shooting from the outside.

While it’s a small sample size, Rose is shooting well below his career average from the field. He has only hit one three-point shot so far on the season. Rose went 4-14 and 0-2 from beyond the arc Friday night in the Bulls win against the Hornets.

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