piece for a playoff contender, though his 36.6 percent shooting won’t
help his chances of leaving town.
people look at here as we close in on the 21st, somebody that could
boost the bench or give you added shooting or added defense or whatever
it is you’re looking for," Wittman said.
"When we get to that point, which we will as we continue to build this
thing, their runs will be over. Jason’s 35, Shaq’s 36. In two or three
years, they could be gone and now they have to start over. Maybe we’ll
be put in a position to benefit by this."
Taylor, who paid him more than $150 million during his career in
Minnesota, when the Boston Celtics recently visited Target Center.
With the NBA trade deadline Thursday, the Timberwolves say they have no deals pending, but if one is made, it would be minor.
thinking steroid use is practically nonexistent in basketball.
"Steroids make you too big," he said. "You need to be fluid to play
basketball. You’d be too slow if you used steroids in the NBA."