Half: Spurs 59, Wolves 48. SA takes 2Q 30-22. Parker 23 points on 10/15 shooting, 3/3 from three. SA 7/9 from three. SA has led by 17.
Spurs 59, Wolves 48 at the half. Parker has 23 already. Mo has 15 for Wolves
Spurs had a 13-0 run there, capped by Tony "Steve Kerr" Parker's corner 3. That put Spurs up 54-37 but Wolves are fighting back.
Parker is devouring the Wolves on dribble penetration.
1Q: Spurs 29, Wolves 26. Parker 13 points, Diaw 9. Mow Williams 9 points, 3 assists. SA 16 points in paint, but 6 turnovers.
Parker (13), Diaw (nine) combined for 22 of the Spurs' 29 first-quarter points, lead the savage Timberwolves by three.
Spurs lead Wolves 29-26 after 1Q.
It's Les Bleus 12, Wolves 8 here early. Spurs lead by four (also have a Kawhi bucket).
Spurs up 12-8 early on Wolves. Tony Parker with a quick 6 points. SA 1 assist on 6 makes, Parker has advantage driving though.
Don't think the Wolves have the hosses to pull this off, but I'd definitely be playing Mo Williams in my fantasy league, if I had one.
Spurs are starting Kawhi, Duncan, Diaw, Parker, Green vs. Wolves' Mo, Brewer, Wiggins, Dieng and Shabazz
Spurs: Parker, Green, Leonard, Duncan, Diaw. Wolves: Mo Williams, Brewer, Wiggins, Muhammad, Dieng.
Flip said his Golden Valley CC team might have been older than the one the Wolves will field tonight
Wolves are missing four would-be starters tonight against the Spurs: Rubio, Pekovic, Martin, Thad Young.
Knicks bailed out Wolves by matching up to MIN instead of dictating matchups. I might expect Pop to try a different approach
Flip says he's emulating Pop tonight by sitting 4 of his starters. Doubt Wolves get fined though
Flip said Wolves would have to pick 3 guys who can't play for next 10 days to apply for roster exception. Isn't willing to do so w/ Pek yet
Flip says they're waiting to see on Pek. If it's determined he will miss another 10 days, wolves can add a player to help out
Pekovic will be evaluated again early next week. If outlook for him is more long-term recovery, wolves could get a roster exception
No breaks for the Wolves except the bad kinds. Kevin Martin has a fractured wrist. Out indefinitely.
If Pek diagnosis is longer term, there's a chance Wolves could get emergency permission to add a player w/out making a roster move
From Spurs: Marco Belinelli listed as probable now. Matt Bonner, Patty Mills, & Tiago Splitter all out vs. Wolves
So what do Wolves do now? Start Brewer at the 2? Any other options?
Knicks let Kevin Martin score 37 points Wednesday after fracturing his right wrist (shooting hand) at 6:48 mark in 1st quarter per T-Wolves.
Wolves still unsure if Martin will need surgery on his wrist. Will be evaluated over the next few days.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin has a fractured right wrist, an MRI revealed. Martin is out indefinitely according to the team.
So no Kevin Martin tonight for Wolves against Spurs.
Wolves could decide they just can't afford to trade Corey Brewer now that they're even more shorthanded. Or they could accelerate Le Tank
Oh boy: Wolves announce Kevin Martin fractured his wrist Wednesday vs. Knicks. He's now out indefinitely too
Kevin Martin has a fractured wrist and will be sidelined indefinitely, Timberwolves say.
The Wolves say guard Kevin Martin’s right wrist revealed a fracture and he will be sidelined indefinitely.
Wolves annouce that Kevin Martin is out indefinitely with a fractured wrist
Hoy en el partido entre Spurs y Wolves haría su regreso a las canchas Marco Belinelli. San Antonio viene extrañando su buena mano.
Marco Belinelli could return tonight against Timberwolves. He is listed as probable
Spurs are an 8-point favorite tonight vs. Wolves. Minny scores 102.2 PP/100 (ranked 21st), but give up 110.1 PP/100 (29th) each game.
Kings headed here now 7-5 after beating Chi. I remember getting quite an argument here last yr when I called them further ahead than Wolves