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News » Minnesota Timberwolves Roster Report 2009-11-09

Minnesota Timberwolves Roster Report 2009-11-09

Minnesota Timberwolves Roster Report 2009-11-09ROTATION -- Starters -- Point guard Jonny Flynn, Shooting guard Corey Brewer, Small forward Ryan Gomes, Power forward Oleksiy Pecherov, Center Al Jefferson. Bench -- Guard Sasha Pavlovic, Center Ryan Hollins, Forward Nathan Jawai, Guard Ramon Sessions, Guard Wayne Ellington, Forward Brian Cardinal, Forward Damien Wilkins.


--F Nathan Jawai more than quadrupled his career high in this, just his second season: He scored 16 points in 22 minutes.

--F Al Jefferson -- a double-double machine the last two seasons -- had his first of the season on Sunday (12 points, 10 rebounds) as he works to return to form after February knee surgery.

--F Oleksiy Pecherov has scored six points (four on Sunday, two on Friday) since he had a career-high 24 against Boston on Wednesday.

--G Corey Brewer's minutes were trimmed back to 25 on Sunday after he had played 37, 39, 37 and 37 his previous four games.


--F Kevin Love will have his fractured left hand X-rayed again on Nov. 20 and will learn then whether it has healed enough to allow him to return to practice. That would be ahead of schedule of the original six-to-eight week timetable given when he broke it Oct. 16 in a preseason game at Chicago.

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