NBA roundup: Bulls' Rose to have surgery Monday

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Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose will have surgery on his right knee on Monday to repair the torn medial meniscus, the Chicago Tribune reported Sunday.
Team physician Brian Cole, who also repaired Rose's torn left ACL, will perform the surgery.
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said a timetable for Rose's return will not be determined until after the surgery, but two sources told the Tribune that he could be out up to six months if he chooses to have the meniscus reattached.
If Rose is able to have a mere arthroscopic process to clean up the meniscus, he could return this season.

---Sacramento Kings forward Travis Outlaw was fined $15,000 for making excessive and unnecessary contact with Los Angeles Clippers guard J.J. Redick, the NBA announced.
The incident occurred with 8:06 remaining in the fourth quarter of Saturday night's loss against the host Los Angeles Clippers. Outlaw was assessed a flagrant foul 2 and was ejected from the game.

---Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan announced that the team will switch to purple and teal as its main colors when it changes its name to the Hornets next season.
It will also be accented by black, gray and light blue as secondary colors. It is the same color scheme the team used from 1988-2002 before it moved to New Orleans.

---The Golden State Warriors assigned center Dewayne Dedmon and guard Nemanja Nedovic to Santa Cruz of the NBA Development League, the team announced.
Dedmon appeared in three games while Nedovic has played 11 games for Golden State.

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