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.”
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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 the Pioneer Press he’s about “95 percent.” Hummel averaged 16 points a game last year for the Boilermakers.

From YouTube, here's Hummel's career highlights at Purdue:

His soft side:

And his dorm room:

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