Barea 'ready to play' against Pistons

Timberwolves' guard J.J. Barea says he is feeling "great" and expects to play Wednesday night against Detroit. Barea went full speed during Tuesday's practice without re-injuring his sprained left ankle and strained left hamstring.
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Timberwolves' guard J.J. Barea says he is feeling "great" and expects to play Wednesday night against Detroit. Barea went full speed during Tuesday's practice without re-injuring his sprained left ankle and strained left hamstring.

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