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Vin Baker signs with Minnesota

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What do you guys think, is this a good thing or a bad thing?

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He has some positive that he once knew how to put the ball in the basket....but I wonder how his attitude is. Sounds like he has lost alot in the last few years but who knows, being around KG can make anyone better!!! Go KG I mean Go Wolves!!

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I don't think he will make much of a impact. When does the season start ?

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Keep him off the Koren juice and he might be ok.

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Anyone is better than Blount. I did go to a preseason game against the bucks and they won, but it wasn't specatular.

Hassel still can't finish when driving to the hoop.

Blount - yeah he still sucks.

Mike James is way over confident.

Davis still takes bad shots.

Hudson can't rap or play B-ball. Nice hair by the way.

Foye did look good and of course KG.

I feel bad for KG though. No rings this year.

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I would like to see KG play his whole career here. McHale and Glen Taylor have too surround him with talent soon. He is one of top players and hardest working players in the league and desrves a ring. I would not blame KG at all if he demanded a trade.

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Baker wont make any impact on the court but may in the locker room. Maybe Griffin will listen to him?

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Didn't Baker have a problem with the sauce a few years back? Maybe with Boston?? I am not much of a basketball fan, so I might be way off on my recollection of Baker.

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Yup. Claims those days are all behind him now. We will see. I hope they are he was a great player back in the day. Unless we have a lot of injury problems I dont think he will play all that much. If he could get back to being 3/4 the player he was he could help on the court.

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Whens Backer play to have his first start?

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