Wolves are eager for Pekovic to return

  • Article by: Jerry Zgoda , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 3, 2014 - 8:19 AM

The injured center was clearly missed in back-to-back losses over the weekend.

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ljb6599Feb. 2, 14 9:07 PM

Listen up Wolves fans....As evidenced by the Super Bowl results today defense wins championships so I do not care how many points Love or Pekovic score.If you do not play defense your team will not be successful.

toatsmcgoatsFeb. 3, 14 8:31 AM

Pek will be back for a couple games when his bursitis will obviously return, then he will be shelved for the remainder of this worthless season. T-Wolves are a predictable joke.

kingsxmanFeb. 3, 14 8:44 AM

Pek has been unusually healthy this year for the most part. If the Wolves make any kind of run, I doubt we can count on Pek to remain healthy all the rest of the year. I really wish we could get Dieng some more burn during these games so he can work out some of his issues and help us when we need him later in the season.

timandtiaFeb. 3, 14 8:50 AM

I hope that he makes it back soon. Gosh, I just get so frustrated about the Wolves when they lose. Somehow, I thought that they would be doing better this season.

billgongFeb. 3, 14 9:20 AM

Get rid of kevin martin who break any momentum. maybe Maya moore's out side shooting is way better than kevin martin. is he really nba player? COM. and Gorgui Dieng is not smart palyer. get rid of them. Gees !!

mondakFeb. 3, 14 7:08 PM

This is all on Flip. We have 3 guys among our starters who were bench-warmers on their previous teams - Rubio, who can't shoot, Martin, who's streaky, and Corey Brewer who is a fart in a whirlwind. They were benchwarmers for a reason, and they are the reason that Kevin Love is triple-teamed every night. Flip needs to make some moves. Other teams have acted, and he just sits there, spinning in his chair.

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