MINNEAPOLIS After Sunday's 93-88 Timberwolves' loss to Golden State one that saw the Timberwolves up 55-34 at the end of the second quarter J.J. Barea was frustrated.
Just 10 months removed from a championship in Dallas, perhaps Barea's unfamiliarity with consistent losing pushed him to say what he said. Or maybe he's just independently competitive; maybe it takes less to push him to the point at which he's desperate enough to air out his concerns. No matter the motivation, Barea was ready to say his piece on Sunday. No one pushed him or asked him. It was his speech, and he made it.
"We got problems here," Barea said. "We've got a lot of guys that don't care. When on a basketball team you've got a lot of players that don't care, it's tough to win games. What's going to happen, we're just going to keep getting (losses) until we get players here that care, care about winning care about the team, care about the fans."
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