The Chicago Bulls have come to terms with the New York Knicks on a multiplayer trade that involves the 2010-2011 MVP.

Derrick Rose has been traded, along with guard Justin Holiday and a future 2017 second-round pick will go to the Knicks.

The Bulls in return receive center Robin Lopez, the 19th overall pick in the 2015 draft Jerian Grant and backup point guard Jose Calderon.

Last season Rose played in 66 games while averaging 16.4 ppg, 4.7 asts and had a .427 shooting percentage.

According to ESPN, the 27 year-old has appeared in just 50 percent of the Bulls' regular season games the past four years because of injuries.

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