Neither Randy Foye nor Sebastian Telfair was able to practice Saturday. Foye has tendinitis in his left knee, a lingering but not serious problem that will require some rest; he was limited to short duty in the Wolves' loss to the Celtics in London. Telfair sprained his left ankle while warming up for practice Saturday and was on crutches by the time it ended.
Wittman said he probably will wait until after Tuesday's game to make any decisions about reducing the number of players on the roster. There are 17, and the Wolves cannot carry more than 15 by the start of the regular season.
Training-camp invitee John Edwards is the most likely player to be cut. Then Wittman and the front office face a difficult decision in reducing the roster further. The Wolves might try to buy out the contract of a player or make a trade.
Timberwolves Today has posted the second installment of their podcast, the Kissing Marney Gellner Show.
From the Star Tribune:
The Timberwolves' three-day home stopover after their two-city, 12-day European tour ends today, when they leave for Memphis and a four-game exhibition journey beginning Monday night that also will take them to Atlanta, Indianapolis and Milwaukee by Saturday night.