October 11, 2017, 8:32 am
He credited the team’s training staff with helping him get back on the floor and he is extremely happy to be a part of this team. The Serbian forward stayed in Minneapolis this summer and put in daily work, doing things like lifting and working on the stationary bike on his way back from the broken bone he suffered in his left foot in March. He found his rhythm after the All-Star break last season where in 10 games, he averaged 8.4 points and 6.4 rebounds. As long as he remains healthy he will see action as the team’s backup power forward but with Taj Gibson signing with the Wolves it is going to be hard for him to stay relevant.