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Last season, the Wolves were supposed to play the Spurs in Mexico City. Unfortunately, there were some complications with some equipment in the arena which made it unsafe for anyone in the arena. Instead, the game was played at the Target Center later in the season (technically making it a true home game for the Wolves, so that was kind of a positive for Minnesota fans).
This game is also scheduled to be play in Mexico City with the Wolves being the home team. Hopefully for the people of Mexico City, this game will indeed be played.
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The NBA game is growing, so going across the border is almost a no-brainer. The Wolves have a good representation of players from outside of the USA such as Gorgui Dieng, Nikola Pekovic, Ronny Turiaf, Ricky Rubio, Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett.
Unfortunately, the Wolves will be without Rubio who is out indefinitely after spraining his left ankle during Friday’s loss to the Orlando Magic. Head coach Flip Saunders called Rubio the heart and soul of the team during Tuesday’s media availability. It will be interesting to see if Saunders starts rookie Zach LaVine for the second consecutive game or veteran Mo Williams.
Minnesota heads into this game with a 2-4 record, while the Rockets sit at 6-1 (tied for the best record in the West). The game airs at 9 p.m. on ESPN and 830 WCCO. source: http://www.nba.com/
Furthermore, The Clippers’ four-day break between games has helped in the recovery of Hawes’ ailing foot, which has forced him to play fewer than 14 minutes each of his last two games.
The Clippers got the day off Tuesday and Wednesday before returning to practice Thursday and Friday. Hawes wanted to practice both days when the Clippers returned, but head coach Doc Rivers thought better of it Thursday.
Rivers said going off what head athletic trainer Jasen Powell told him Thursday night, Hawes was feeling “way better after three days of nothing,” but he might still keep Hawes out of practice Friday for precautionary reasons.
“We ended up pulling him out completely yesterday,” Rivers said. “I just decided, ‘Why let him do anything?’ I don’t know what that helps. I think we’re doing that again today.”
It’s been frustrating and tough for Hawes to have to lose minutes early in the year with a new team, but as much as he wants to practice and play, he knows he has to be diligent in his recovery. He said if he did get on the court Friday, he’s not sure how much he would do. source: http://www.nba.com/
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