"Just the way he moves without the ball. He's used to moving without the ball," Adelman said. "Even today, he made cuts today that the other guys don't do. He's just used to doing that. That will help us a lot. And he certainly can stretch the defense."
Goodness knows the Wolves need him back. He isn't the team's best player, but all things considered, an argument can be made he's the most important one (at least given the current roster makeup)
Not only is the team on pace for a historically bad 3pt shooting season (which Budinger may be too little, too late to change at this point...) but they also play 7 games in the next 10 days.