Found October 19, 2012 on Fox Sports North:
MINNEAPOLIS The Minnesota Timberwolves announced Friday that the team has released guard Jermaine Taylor. The Wolves' roster now stands at 17 players. Taylor appeared in two preseason games and totaled 3 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists in 12 minutes for Minnesota. The shooting guard was a 2009 second-round draft pick out of Central Florida by the Washington Wizards. Taylor last played in the NBA in 2010-11, when he had brief stints with Houston and Sacramento.

No surgery required for Love's broken hand

The Minnesota Timberwolves say Kevin Love does not need surgery to repair two broken bones in his right hand. Love met with specialists in New York on Thursday, one day after breaking his hand while doing knuckle pushups in a morning workout. Doctors informed Love that the injury can heal without surgery, but he is still expected to miss six to eight weeks. Coach Rick Adelman says...

Kevin Love Injury Update: No Surgery Necessary

Kevin Love, forward for the Minnesota Timberwolves, broke his hand prior to the team's practice on Thursday.  It was originally thought that he broke his hand during practice, but it turns out he broke it while doing knuckle push-ups prior to practice with a trainer.  The bad news is Love will be out.  The good news is surgery will not be necessary and the amount of time...

Knuckle pushups caused Loves hand injury

MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star forward Love consulted with Dr. Andrew Weiland at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York on Thursday. The doctor determined that surgery on the fractured metacarpals in Loves right hand will not be necessary and confirmed that a six- to eight-week recovery process is likely. Love tweeted a message to his followers Thursday after...

Kevin Love Out 4-6 Weeks with Broken Hand

According to Adrian Wojnarowski Kevin Love will miss significant time with a broken hand. This couldn’t be any worse for them. Considering Ricky Rubio is coming off a significant knee injury, and Brandon Roy after sitting out a year with knee issues as well puts the Timberwolves in quite a conundrum. Where will they get scoring from, who’s the team leader now. Can they stay...

Kevin Love’s sick no look pass

After a preseason game in when Kevin Love had a sick no look pass unfortunate for him the next day in practice he got hurt and will be out for 6 to 8 weeks. However, the day before in Minnesota’s 114-81 win over Maccabi Haifa Love showed off his basketball skills. Nikola Pekrovic had a nice block , then the Timberwolves got the rebound an went on the break. They passed the ball...

T-wolves' Love broke his hand doing knuckle pushups

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love broke his right hand not while jockeying for a rebound nor while reaching into a pile of bodies in a battle for a loose ball. The real story is more embarrassing: He was hurt while doing knuckle pushups. In a statement released by the Timberwolves, Love said, "(Wednesday), I had a post-practice commitment and decided to work out...

Kevin Love broke his hand doing knuckle push-ups

For Minnesota Timberwolves fans, what’s worse? Hearing that Kevin Love could be out up to 8 weeks after breaking his hand or hearing that Kevin Love broke his hand doing knuckle push-ups? Well, both of those things happened. And our vote is definitely for Love being injured doing knuckle push-ups. The post Kevin Love broke...

Kevin Love hand injury will not require surgery

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love was examined today by a hand specialist for further evaluation of the fracture of the third and fourth metacarpal in his right hand. The evaluation revealed that surgery will not be required on his hand and confirmed that his expected return will be in 6-8 weeks. The diagnosis should ease the concerns of the Timberwolves brass somewhat...

Kevin Love broke two bones in his right hand doing knuckle push-ups, of all things

Minnesota Timberwolves superstar forward Kevin Love fractured the
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