Sid Hartman: Wolves must get healthy if they're to make playoff run

  • Article by: SID HARTMAN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 1, 2012 - 11:31 PM

That they remain in contention despite missing so many players shows just what a great job Rick Adelman is doing.

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DrZoidbergApr. 1, 1211:20 PM

Thanks for remembering us little people, KG. You will always have a special place with those who took hundreds of millions of dollars and delivered absolutely nothing.

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steavis61067Apr. 1, 1211:54 PM

Kevin Love is worthy building a team around. KG was too, but I'd take Love for leadership over KG. I was one of those who booed hiring Adelman. I was wrong...100% wrong.

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BCanniffApr. 2, 12 8:07 AM

So what is the story with the reserve big men? Darko, Randolph and Miller have just been sitting there watching Love do all the work.

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jimmythelockApr. 2, 1211:18 AM

the wolves have obviously been done for quite some time.

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harrye5939Apr. 2, 1211:28 AM

Nice going Jerry on the 1400 high school coaches coming to your U of M FB Clinic. You will clean up this 40 year old mess!

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cantstandyaApr. 2, 1212:03 PM

Sid, OF COURSE there were a lot of people in the bars & restaurants downtown on Friday night after the Wolves game - IT WAS A FRIDAY NIGHT. Go down there and take a look around after a Wolves game on a Tuesday or Wednesday night and tell us what you see...

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garykhansonApr. 2, 12 4:12 PM

I am very happy Jerry Kill is our coach. However, we need to remember, Wisconsin became very good when president Donna Shalala made this a priority. Coaches do not do this all by themselves. It takes a joint effort by the entire community. We can all do this by supporting Gopher sports even when we have a few disappointing seasons.

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matthewJamesApr. 2, 12 4:27 PM

Walk ons can be big help to Mr. kill. Don't look the other way on some good prospects that can mature into good Big ten players.

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slammanApr. 2, 12 8:51 PM

Wolves are out of the play-offs. Great season though, hope for the future. Also, can we quit talking about Kevin Garnett. He was glad to leave here and they did him a favor to get a Championship elsewhere. The guy has always been overly dramatic. It's just basketball.

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