Thad Young left last night's game against the Bulls in the 2nd quarter after a collision with Jimmy Butler and did not return. He took a shoulder to the head and appeared groggy afterward. The team reported that he suffered a strained neck, but according to reports today, he is fine and should be available for the Wolves next game on Wednesday.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Speaking of the <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Twolves?src=hash">#Twolves</a>: Thad Young is fine after that nasty hit to the head he took late in the 1st half last night.</p>— Darren Wolfson (@DarrenWolfson) <a href="https://twitter.com/DarrenWolfson/status/528979525296603137">November 2, 2014</a></blockquote>
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This is good news as he was probably the Wolves best performer in the first two games. Anthony Bennett and Robbie Hummel performed admirably in his absence (and Hummel made a case for more regular playing time), but Young is essential to the Wolves this season as their starting power forward.
A note about sponsorship:
For your information. There will be two FanDuel sponsored posts a week at Canis. One of them will be like this one: just including a link to FD, but not dedicated FD content. The other will be about FD...probably about my travails in the game. I have to admit I've been having fun playing even though I haven't won anything yet. Of course, it's not my money, so there's that.
Anyway. Go check out FanDuel. There's my link. Job done.