Derrick Rose is looking for a new team.
A top remaining free agent might be off the board soon.
Derrick Rose is reportedly setting up a second meeting with the Milwaukee Bucks.
According to Chris Haynes, of ESPN, Rose and the Bucks could meet in Los Angeles as soon as this weekend.
From the report:
Representatives for free-agent point guard Derrick Rose and officials from the Milwaukee Bucks are in discussions to schedule a meeting as early as this weekend, league sources told ESPN.
Once a date is finalized, the meeting is expected to occur in Los Angeles, sources said.
The two sides have a mutual interest, but the Bucks need to offload at least one player in order to sign Rose as Milwaukee is already above the cap. The Bucks also already have three point guards on the roster in Malcolm Brogdon, Matthew Dellavedova and Gary Payton II, although Delly can also play shooting guard.