Kobe wore the Zorro mask. Earl Cureton just before he played for the Bulls wore the hospital face mask. LeBron wore the clear half face protection. Ron Artest with the Lakers wore the baseball that covered his head as well. Richard Hamilton called his a work of art because of the connection with the headband. Reggie Miller had the California cool. Derrick Rose’s facial fashion statement should come in the next few weeks. “The update with Derrick right now is that he has a follow up on Friday,” Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said after practice Thursday about Rose’s orbital surgery recovery. “They don’t want him leaving his house at least until that time. He’s very sensitive to light. They just don’t want anything to happen to his eye. Surgery went great. He’s been advised not to do any physical activity at all for two full weeks to hopefully let that sight heal. Hopefully after that two weeks is over we’ll start getting him back into basketball activities. We don’t know how long it’ll take for him to get back into playing shape. They’ll fit him for a mask, so he’ll have that to deal with. But as of right now he’s been advised to stay at home at least until Friday.
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