Wolves Updates 4/17Steve Aschburner/Star Tribune writes that Garnett is "said to be getting treatment in southern California."
Coach Wittman on Garnett's status:
"I anticipate he's probably done [this season]."
Mad Dog said his errant three-pointers in last year's season finale against Memphis were a result of "feeding off the crowd":
"But at least I was in the arena, working. You had teams in and out of the playoffs sitting down their players, I'm out there busting my tail."
The Basketball Jones "reminisce and reflect" on the NBA season in their latest podcast.
Rick Alonzo/Pioneer Press said Rashad McCants "suffered a bone bruise on his right knee, not a more serious injury" during Sunday's game.
McCants, who said he was sore and would not play against Denver on Monday night, was nervous at first when he banged knees with Golden State's Jason Richardson because he feared he might have suffered a more serious injury.
McCants says he hopes to play in Wednesday's game against Memphis.
As of Monday night, the Wolves are tied with the Knicks and Trail Blazers for the 6th worst record in the league. Randy Foye says about a potential Wolves draft pick:
"It doesn't matter who we get. Unless you get Greg Oden or (Kevin) Durant, they're probably going to have to sit behind somebody (in the rotation)," Foye said.
Rob Babcock talks a little about the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.