Roseves, Rose, Teague, Covington thought they would lose the rest of the season


Timberwolves in Minnesota are not officially left after the playoff game, but to reach that difficult goal, they have to do that by making short roses.

The team today announced that Robert Covington and the guards are expected to miss the rest of the season due to wounded Derrick Rose and Jeff Teague. Rose and Teague had lost the last four games seriously, with Rose suffering from illness and the swelling of the page as Teague was injured with a left foot in December.

MRI appeared of an elbow of Rose as a slice and a dispersed body break into the elbow. He and the team are investigating further treatment options. As for Teague, he got a pour on Tuesday to cure healing. He will now wear a shoe and will have reviewed the next three weeks.

Covington has lost the last 34 games lost to Minnesota as a result of an injured knee bone bruise which he suffered first on December 31. He had been making good progress late and was doing very badly. He took part in court activities, but was backed by more treatment.

Minnesota's vanguard runner-up in the west's play-star, after losing the last four games and eight of the last 12 overall. The Wolves No. 10 in the West, 9 1/2 games behind Thunder Thunder t Seven of the other 11 games are taken against a S500 tablet or better.

Teague and Rose are both volunteers in the summer. Covington, merchant in Jimmy Butler's trade earlier in this season, is contracted by season 2021-22. In this season, Covington was 14.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.3 climbed in 22 games for the Wolves.

Rose, the Kia MVP winner in 2010-11 with the Chicago Bull, was at 18 points, 2.7 rebounds and 4.3 supported 51 games in a course recovery course of Minnesota. Teague was an average of 12.1 ppg, 2.5 rpg and 8.2 apg in 42 games – the reduction in 14.2 ppg, 3 rpg and 7.0g in 70 Wolves games in 2017-18.

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