Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose is likely to be experiencing double vision for at least another couple of months.
The point guard is still suffering from the problem after suffering a left orbital fracture, and it may last for another couple of months.
"[The doctors] said it could be as long as three months," coach Fred Hoiberg said, via ESPN.
"But [the vision] has continued to improve and that's obviously a positive."
Rose suffered the injury in September during training camp.
The Bulls are off to a 6-3 start, but Rose is averaging a career-low 12.6 points and shooting 35.9 per cent from the field.
Despite his woeful shooting numbers, Rose says he is still adjusting.
"I'm missing a lot of shots where I normally hit," Rose said.
"Floaters or lay-ups I normally hit, but everything else will come. Just getting my legs under me. It's still pre-season for me ... I'm still warming up."