Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Wolves Updates 7/25

From Mike Max/WCCO:
The Minnesota Timberwolves think they have a winner in Corey Brewer. The only flaw they picked up regards his shooting mechanics which they think can be fixed with foot work.

The Wolves would like Brewer, Rashad McCants and Craig Smith to go back to Las Vegas for an NBA type camp at the end of the month.

The word is owner Glen Taylor is now content making it work with Kevin Garnett as the center piece.

From Rick Alonzo/Pioneer Press:
The agent for Timberwolves point guard Troy Hudson exchanged contract buyout proposals with team owner Glen Taylor on Tuesday, and Bill Neff said he is hopeful they will reach an agreement.

John P. Cleary/Star Gazette on the grand opening of the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital in Kinshasa, Congo.
Minnesota Timberwolves forward Juwan Howard and Nikki McCray of the WNBA's Chicago Sky joined the trip to Kinshasa and put on children's basketball clinics organized by the U.S. State Department.

From Jerry Crowe/LA Times:
Kevin Garnett, who owns a home in Malibu but is based most of the year in Minneapolis, showed Saturday night that he is not quite fully versed in the ways of the typical L.A. sports fan, arriving more than an hour early for David Beckham's Galaxy debut at the Home Depot Center…

Stephon Marbury was in town promoting his Starbury line.