Foye Is ClutchFoye can apparently score when it matters:
The Minnesota Timberwolves outscored the Dallas Mavericks 13-2 over the final 3:15 of play to win its Toshiba Vegas Summer League game 86-76 Thursday afternoon. The Timberwolves turn around can be attributed to the nine-points scored by Randy Foye down from the stretch. Foye scored a game-high 28 points (10-18 FG, 7-9 FT).
Marty Burns calls Foye and Brandon Roy, "the most impressive of the rookie crop."
You've got to feel for Paul Shirley during all the summer league action:
For someone like Randy Foye, the Timberwolves' first-round draft pick and owner of a convenient two-year guaranteed contract, it probably feels like a set of glorified pickup games. But I get only five games to prove that I am worthy of someone's interest.
KFAN's Doogie talked to Marcus Banks' agent today:
He said "still a good chance" that Marcus stays here...he said McHale told him a trade will be coming to open up a slot for Marcus in the backcourt....and told Higgins to "sit tight."