Wolves' Roy trying to find legs, range

  • Article by: JERRY ZGODA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 9, 2012 - 6:58 AM

The former All-Star didn't play last year and it shows as he struggles with the pace of the game and his shot.

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fackerNov. 8, 12 9:39 PM

Wishing you the best of Luck Brandon!

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pthorselNov. 8, 1210:10 PM

Keep working Brandon, tough to come back and return to form right away. Trust your teammates and keeping collecting dimes. GO Wolves!

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pthorselNov. 8, 1210:53 PM

that should say, "keep collecting dimes" :)

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manoliveNov. 9, 12 4:15 AM

This is amazing. When Love went down, the first instinct was that Brandon would have to absorb more of the scoring load, become a focal point of the offense. But as we've seen, scoring can come from anywhere on any given night. Luke, Pek, DWill, JJ, AK, Lexey, Bud Man, Dante, and even Steamer can be a load. They can all get hot and score. With Brandon's playmaking ability, once he starts scoring too, this team can explode. Add KLove and Rubio to the mix and watch out world! The first place TWolves are comin' to getcha!

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kbehmNov. 9, 12 8:33 AM

I'm not worried... Roy will it get it going eventually and Shved has played well. Either one is a huge upgrade to Wes Johnson.

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snoozecruiseNov. 9, 1211:50 AM

Roy is smart enough to let the game come to him. It's going to take some time to get his legs and rhythm after that long of a layoff. He is probably exactly where he should be in terms of his comeback. No way to rush the process.

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slammanNov. 9, 12 2:41 PM

Lets see where he is at a month from now. It takes awhile to get back into the timing, rythym and speed of the NBA.

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wolvesfanmtNov. 9, 12 5:22 PM

This team has the "it" factor. I don't think i've ever seen a wolves team that goes as deep into their bench as this one. Without rubio and love they're already getting production from 10 guys!. Tonight will be a test, against a good pacers team even without danny granger. They got out-muscled when they played this team last year in Minnesota. Should be interesting to see what happens tonight

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