Budinger's knee could keep him out for two months

  • Article by: KENT YOUNGBLOOD , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 12, 2012 - 7:00 AM

The injury is generally not as serious as a ligament tear, so this is almost certainly not a season-ending injury.

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hecklesNov. 11, 1211:53 PM

If we come out of this first quarter of the season with a 500 record Adelman deserves coach of the year.

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ReporterNov. 11, 1211:59 PM

Derrick Williams must've found a genie's lamp somewhere

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rustyscupperNov. 12, 12 1:02 AM

This is unbelievable! Budinger was solid! This team was solid! And if healthy, a team that can compete with anybody. But the basketball gods have it in for the Wolves. I cant remember experiencing anything like this before, with any of our professional teams.

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koolioNov. 12, 12 7:07 AM

The "Timberwolf curse" continues...

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rmcintyr2003Nov. 12, 12 8:21 AM

Just gotta get tougher. The team must continue playing hard and playing together...good things will come. I can see players stepping up already. This is a great team. Keep it going.

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redqidNov. 12, 12 8:32 AM

Budinger has been a great addition to the Twolves. That is a tough blow. So far, the team has really stepped up. Hopefully, some other players can bring it for the rest of the month.

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gjacobNov. 12, 12 9:14 AM

Kahn needs to pick up an able body on the trade market. Otherwise, you will have a very weak second unit.

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sidhartmannNov. 12, 1211:56 AM

Kahn has been pretty smug saying he is not worried about Roy's knees. Already, Roy is missing time. We could have had a nice 2 guard, like Courtney Lee, for less than 5 mill.

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rustyscupperNov. 12, 1212:03 PM

Unbelievable. Who's next?

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writeonNov. 12, 12 1:30 PM

Is every pro except AP the biggest baby in the world? I know at least six players who had a torn meniscus clipped and removed, and were back at full-trengh and playing in no more than 4 weeks. And, if he's talking about a repair instead of removel, then he's done for the season.

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