Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is likely to return on Wednesday as he continues to recover after undergoing surgery to repair a left orbital fracture.
Rose suffered the injury when he was elbowed in the face while training with his team-mates on Tuesday.
However, doctors have not allowed Rose to take part in any basketball activities until two weeks after his surgery, which was done on Wednesday. As a result, Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg revealed that a few members of the team's coaching staff will visit Rose at his house on Saturday to show him the new drills and plays Hoiberg is making the team work on.
"Follow up [exam] went very well," Hoiberg told reporters. "They've advised him to continue to let that sight heal and they think the best way to do that is for him to stay at home at this time. We plan on him being back Wednesday morning.
"We're going to actually get over there and watch some film with him today because we've added new sets, new things. So we'll get him caught up by a couple coaches going over and seeing him at his house."
Hoiberg is hoping that Rose will be fully fit for the Bulls' season-opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers on October 27.
"Everything's the same on that [timeline]," Hoiberg said. "After those two weeks he should be able to resume full activity. It's just these two weeks he'll be very inactive. They don't really want him doing much of anything except walking back and forth, just getting a lot of rest. And not doing anything where he can dilate his blood vessels is kind of what we heard."