Derrick Rose had missed the last three games for the Chicago Bulls due to a combination of knee and hamstring injuries, and needed an MRI earlier this week in order to be cleared to return.

Thankfully, it showed that there was no structural damage, and after going through shootaround successfully, Rose returned to the lineup and scored 16 points in 35 minutes in his team's win over the Bucks.

These two points, which came on a speedy drive and an acrobatic reverse layup, were by far his prettiest of the night.

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