Monday, December 04, 2006

Wolves Updates 12/4

Steve Aschburner/Star Tribune says the different rotations used in the game at the Sixers gave "a fresh feeling" to the team.
There were combinations on the court that rarely had been seen, such as Mike James and Randy Foye in the backcourt together to spark the offense and Craig Smith and Mark Madsen hammering around inside to stiffen the defense.

Stephen Litel/SportsPageMagazine believe Coach Casey "has lost this team."
I watched the Minnesota players intently last night, particularly how they were interacting with Casey, and it's not good. In particular, Kevin Garnett doesn't seem to care what Coach is conveying to the team during timeouts.

Latrell Sprewell was suspended for choking and threatening to kill P.J. Carlesimo nine years ago today.

Griffin on his lack of playing time:
"It's tough, but they tell me to be patient," Griffin said before the Wolves faced the 76ers. "I'm OK. My time will come."

Michael Rand/Star Tribune believe the Wolves should "sell fans some hope" by starting and playing Randy Foye more.