The Wolves worked out at Target Center this afternoon and then boarded a plane to San Antonio for tomorrow night's game against a Spurs team that has found itself after a slow start this season.

Ryan Gomes has worked out fully the last two days after making his return from a high ankle sprain in Saturday's victory over Washington.

Kurt Rambis on him: "I still think he has a little bit of a lingering mental barrier to push through, the trust factor. When you experience so much pain, you have to go out there and play freely without thinking about it. In some instances, I see him thinking about it,  where he doesn't want to push or cut back hard. But that comes with time. Otherwise, I think he's fine."

Gomes played about 16 minutes in his return Saturday and had five points and five rebounds.


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