Derrick Rose apparently isn't worried about a potential rape trial, and neither are the New York Knicks.
President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson said Friday that the Knicks don't expect Rose's season to be affected, but won't say if he might miss any games because of the trial that would begin in California exactly three weeks before the official Oct. 25 opener.
"We're just going to let the process work itself out," Jackson said during a news conference at the team's practice facility.
"We're not concerned. We understand this is a serious subject we're talking about, but this has to be done outside of our control. It's something we can't...