Love joins Rubio on the sidelines until December

  • Article by: JERRY ZGODA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 18, 2012 - 6:32 AM

Kevin Love broke two bones in his shooting hand working out at his home on Wednesday.

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gadams500Oct. 17, 12 3:20 PM

There goes another year. Bummer. No reason to watch the Wolves without Rubio and Love

dc9countryOct. 17, 12 3:22 PM

These guys can't catch a break....unless it's a hand or knee.

manoliveOct. 17, 12 3:29 PM

This is an opportunity for Derrick Williams to shine. He's no KLove, for sure, but he now has the chance to get minutes at his natural position. It's also an opportunity for others to step up and see what depth we really have. Cunningham has shown flashes, and should help. Amundson is athletic, and should help. Pek will be dominant, AK47 is a stat sheet stuffer, and should shine, and Roy will relish being thrown into a leadership role, and more of a scoring role. This team can weather the loss of Love and Rubio, a lot moreso than at anytime in their recent history. The Wolves will miss Love greatly, but I'm not worried. We can still win with the players we have.

mlarsenmplsOct. 17, 12 3:40 PM

Worst team of sports history. Do us all a favor and sell it to some other city.

holstjOct. 17, 12 3:41 PM

Well at least we have the Wild, I mean the 4-0 Gopher football team, I mean the sharp looking fast start Vikings... good thing we have Gopher men's and women's hockey #1 in the country.

JimmahOct. 17, 12 3:42 PM

Unbelieveable. This team will be poised for a great 2nd half run, if they can keep it close in the 1st half.

gerrymanderOct. 17, 12 3:44 PM

When does the Twins spring training start? Oh wait they are the worst of all these teams... nevermind

bjflorida28Oct. 17, 12 3:45 PM

Why am I not surprised?....this has become far to routine. Hopefully they manage some wins in the first half....Not a team that can make up a deficit even with the best out there.

dirtydogsOct. 17, 12 3:48 PM

Well, we are about to expose David Kahn's extremely high draft choice. Get ready for those fire Kahn comments.

grapeape1969Oct. 17, 12 3:48 PM

Such a bad luck team. The Twins might be bad right now but at the very LEAST, they are one of only two teams in this state that have won an actual championship and not just a conference title.


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