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Minnesota Could Have A Franchise Player Back This Weekend

Minnesota Could Have A Franchise Player Back This Weekend

dimemag.com Updated Dec 13, 2012
Toronto was down to just eight healthy players for Wednesday night’s game against Brooklyn, but you won’t hear any sympathy for the Raptors from Minneapolis. The Timberwolves have endured the NBA’s worst injuries this season, at times missing Kevin
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  • Roy back to practice, retirement not on mind

    Roy back to practice, retirement not on mind

    ESPN.com nba.com Dec 13, 2012
    Minnesota Timberwolves shooting guard Brandon Roy says he never considered retirement after his latest operation.
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  • A golden nugget; Wolves win 108-105

    A golden nugget; Wolves win 108-105

    howlintwolf.com Dec 13, 2012
    Nikola was s-pek-tacular tonight Two Positives: Jonah: I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: The Wolves win if they hit their free throws. They go to the line at such a great rate, it’s a shame to see them throw the opportunities away, something
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  • Kevin Durant Explodes In OKC; The Best Team You Don’t Know Abou…

    Kevin Durant Explodes In OKC; The Best Team You Don’t Know About Beats Miami

    dimemag.com Dec 13, 2012
    Having Kevin Durant on your team is probably good for about 10 extra wins a year strictly based on his talent and his competitive streak. You’re going to win games you shouldn’t only because he’ll get pissed off for some reason or another and start
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Sports Columnists

  • Daily Dime: No easy way out for Lakers

    Dec 13
    Brian Windhorst sees the Lakers sink to 9-14 with no end in sight
  • Weekend Dime: Top trade targets

    Dec 13
    Which top players are on the trading block? Marc Stein has the latest scoop.
  • ESPN columnist John Hollinger will join Memphis Grizzlies' front office

    Dec 13
    John Hollinger, a fixture of ESPN.com's coverage of the NBA for the past eight seasons, is leaving his role as a columnist to join the front office of the Memphis Grizzlies.
  • ESPN columnist John Hollinger will join Memphis Grizzlies' front office

    Dec 13
    John Hollinger, a fixture of ESPN.com's coverage of the NBA for the past eight seasons, is leaving his role as a columnist to join the front office of the Memphis Grizzlies.