Found March 13, 2013 on Fox Sports North:
The wait for Kevin Love will continue. The Timberwolves power forward, who has not played since re-breaking his right hand Jan. 3 and undergoing surgery Jan. 15, traveled to New York this week for a Wednesday visit with his surgeon, Dr. Michelle Carlson at the Hospital for Special Surgery. The visit confirmed that Love's hand is healing properly, but it was not the final clearance to begin practicing and eventually return to games that some expected. Love will be reevaluated in two to three weeks, the team announced, and though he will continue to increase his conditioning program in the meantime, there's been no mention of his participating in full-contact practices. When Love spoke to the media on March 6, he indicated that Wednesday's checkup might be his last and said he hoped to play in games within three weeks, which this new timeline should render impossible. A week ago, Love's hand was still visibly swollen, and he admitted that though he wasn't feeling a...
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