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Randy Foye out several weeks

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From ESPN

Associated Press

The Minnesota Timberwolves received bad news on Tuesday with their regular-season opener fast approaching: guard Randy Foye's lingering left knee injury will sideline him for several weeks.

An MRI test and CT scan performed on Foye's knee revealed a stress reaction in his kneecap, and the team announced that the second-year player will be out indefinitely.

After being hindered by soreness throughout most of the preseason, Foye played 16 minutes in last Friday's exhibition game and took the court with the Timberwolves on Saturday -- but he's been unable to practice this week. An NBA all-rookie team selection last season, Foye was certain to be in the starting lineup for this revamped, inexperienced team that has only five returning players on the 15-man roster.

Foye averaged 10.1 points, 2.8 assists and 22.9 minutes for Minnesota last season while playing in all 82 games. Sebastian Telfair, Marko Jaric and Greg Buckner are expected to assume the ballhandling duties at point guard while Foye is out.

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Isn't a stress reaction the same thing Mauer had in his lower leg in spring training?

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At least they just signed al jefferson to a 5 year 65 mil extension. he is REALLY good. A player you can build a team around.

If they would have let him go ... KG trade would have been a waste.

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