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News » Minnesota Timberwolves Roster Report 2009-11-13

Minnesota Timberwolves Roster Report 2009-11-13

Minnesota Timberwolves Roster Report 2009-11-13ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Jonny Flynn, Shooting guard Corey Brewer, Small forward Ryan Gomes, Power forward Ryan Hollins, Center Al Jefferson. Bench -- Forward Nathan Jawai, Guard Sasha Pavlovic, Guard Ramon Sessions, Guard Wayne Ellington, Forward Damien Wilkins, Forward Brian Cardinal, Forward Oleksiy Pecherov.


--G Jonny Flynn has scored in double-figures each of the first nine games of his Wolves career. Donyell Marshall holds the Wolves rookie record by doing so in the first 11 games of his career, in 1994-95.

--C Ryan Hollins played 24 minutes and had six points, two rebounds, three fouls and a turnover in his first start of the season, against power forward against LaMarcus Aldridge.

--G Sasha Pavlovic has scored 30 points in the last two games (17 Monday, 13 Wednesday) after scoring 33 combined in the season's first seven games.


--F Kevin Love will have his fractured left hand X-rayed again on Nov. 20 to determine whether it has healed enough for him to return to practice. That'd be ahead of the six-to-eight week timetable set when he broke it Oct. 16 at Chicago.

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