Randy Foye feels like he is getting back to being in the lineup, but he isn’t quite there yet. He has been working out with Fred Hoiberg and doing a lot of sprinting and shooting, but no contact workouts have taken place. If Foye wants to return this season, he has to make sure everything is 100 percent with his knee, because a setback would only prolong the recovery time. With the only reason to play this season being to avoid having the worst 82-game record of all time, rushing Randy Foye back wouldn’t be a wise decision.
The rest of those lovable Wolves played better on Saturday on the road against the San Antonio Spurs. The Timberwolves actually had the lead going into the second half, but simply couldn’t hang with the Spurs. At least it wasn’t a fourth quarter downfall; this time the Wolves got outplayed in the third, easing the pain of defeat. The Minnesota Timberwolves return home tonight, and there is plenty of great seating left. Buy cheap Timberwolves Tickets.