Wolves' draft pick Hummel injures knee

A setback for Timberwolves second-round draft pick Robbie Hummel. The Star-Tribune reports Hummel injured his right knee while playing in Spain and may miss 4 to 6 weeks.
Author:
Publish date:

A setback for Timberwolves second-round draft pick Robbie Hummel. The Star-Tribune reports Hummel injured his right knee while playing in Spain and may miss 4 to 6 weeks.

Next Up

Related

Wolves get the 18th pick in NBA Draft

Thanks to Utah, the Minnesota Timberwolves own pick No. 18 in this summer's NBA Draft. The Wolves could have picked as high as No. 16, but the Jazz lost tiebreakers with Mavericks and Knicks. The Wolves wouldn't have a first round pick if the Jazz didn't make the playoffs.

Wolves trade Hayward to OKC for picks

The Timberwolves made a move Tuesday trading Lazar Hayward to Oklahoma City for two second-round draft picks. Hayward was selected by the Wolves with the 30th pick in the first round of the 2010 NBA draft.

Wolves' pick says he's '95 percent'

The newest member of the Timberwolves says he’s almost back to normal. Second-round draft choice Robbie Hummel -- who tore his ACL twice while playing with Purdue --tells reporters he’s about “95 percent.”