Derrick Rose gets new deal from Bull Derrick Rose was going down the list, thanking just about everyone who helped him become one of the NBA's best players, when he looked to his right. Rose, the Chicago Bulls' superstar point guard and the league's reigning MVP, agreed Wednesday to a five-year contract extension. The contract is worth $94.8 million It's fair to say Rose made it long before this latest news conference. The extension is just another stop in a rapid and steady rise from a tough neighborhood on Chicago's South Side to a starring role with his hometown team after being taken with the No. 1 pick in the draft. He's gone from Rookie of the Year to All-Star to MVP in just three seasons, becoming the youngest player to win the award. That's why the extension was more a formality than a surprise. Kobe Bryant has torn wrist ligament Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has a torn wrist ligament and did not play in Wednesday night's preseason game against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Lakers have listed Bryant's status as day to day. "Just from what our trainer (Gary Vitti) tells us, I'm going to hold him out tonight," said coach Mike Brown after the team's shootaround. Bryant suffered the right wrist injury, his shooting hand, in the Lakers' 114-95 loss to the Clippers on Monday when he fell to the floor in the third quarter after having his shot attempt blocked by DeAndre Jordan. Bryant was examined by Dr. Steven Shin of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic and underwent an MRI exam on Wednesday. Results show that Bryant has a torn lunotriquetral ligament.