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Topic - Jonny Flynn
A person familiar with the deal says the Houston Rockets have acquired center Marcus Camby from Portland and Derek Fisher and a 2012 first-round pick from the Los Angeles Lakers in separate trades.
The Minnesota Timberwolves were awfully busy on draft night. So busy, in fact, that it took the NBA until Friday afternoon to approve all the wheeling and dealing that was done by president of basketball operations David Kahn.
A person with knowledge of the deal says the Houston Rockets have traded the 23rd and 38th picks in the draft, a future first-round pick and center Brad Miller to Minnesota for 7-foot Lithuanian Donatas Motiejunas and point guard Jonny Flynn.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are shutting down point guard Jonny Flynn for the next week, hoping it will help his recovery from major hip surgery.
Minnesota point guard Jonny Flynn plans to report to the Timberwolves' development league affiliate in Sioux Falls, S.D., for a game on Friday as he works his way back from hip surgery.
Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Jonny Flynn has been cleared to start practicing with the team for the first time since having hip surgery in July.
Kevin Love had 21 points and 10 rebounds, former Syracuse star Wes Johnson added four points and three assists in his return to the Carrier Dome as an NBA rookie, and the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Detroit Pistons 99-88 on Friday night.
Minnesota Timberwolves President David Kahn says point guard Jonny Flynn likely will miss the first week of the season while he works his way back from hip surgery.
Luke Ridnour didn't sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves just to be a mentor to the younger players.
Fortunately for No. 9 Georgetown, basketball isn't scored according to aesthetics.
Flynn says the recovery process has been frustrating and he is hoping this rest will help speed up the process.
"It's great. I really love the support that we have," said Flynn, who averaged 13.5 points and 4.4 assists as a rookie last season. "Just to come back and show how appreciative I am for all the love they show. It's like I just left. Just to be in the atmosphere, at the Dome, and let them see my face. A lot of guys don't get to come back here and play while they're on an NBA team. This is a good stepping stone."