Beasley still out with sprained foot

The Wolves are off to L.A. and Utah to play the Clippers and Jazz this weekend, but they’ll be without Michael Beasley again. He’s still recovering from a sprained right foot. He's missed the last seven games because of the injury.
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The Wolves are off to L.A. and Utah to play the Clippers and Jazz this weekend, but they’ll be without Michael Beasley again. He’s still recovering from a sprained right foot. He's missed the last seven games because of the injury.

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