The Timberwolves' summer league team is set. The roster features draft picks Josh Okogie and Keith Bates-Diop as well as former G Leaguer Amile Jefferson and two-way signee Jared Terrell, a guard from Rhode Island. The team will begin play against Denver at 10 p.m. Friday on NBA TV in Las Vegas.
The second game is 2 p.m. Sunday vs. Toronto (NBA TV) and the finale is 10 p.m. Monday (ESPNU).
Wolves player development coach John Lucas III will coach the team.
The Wolves' 2017 first-round pick Justin Patton will miss summer-league play for the second consecutive year because of a second foot surgery.
Also on the team are guards Isaiah Cousins (Oklahoma), Tyler Nelson (Fairfield), Jonathan Stark (Murray State), Jaylen Barford (Arkansas) and Josh Gray (LSU); centers Nana Foulland (Bucknell) and Dennis Clifford (Boston College); and forwards Andrew White (Syracuse), Perry Jones (Baylor), Egor Koulechov (Florida) and Charles Cooke (Dayton).
Israelsons win Mixed Am
Carding four birdies over their final eight holes, Emily and Andrew Israelson shot a 36-hole score of 10-under par 134 to win the Minnesota Golf Association Mixed Amateur Team Championship at Forest Hills Golf Club.
The Israelsons became the third brother and sister to win the championship.
Olivia Herrick and Trent Peterson, the 2016 champions, placed second with a 138 total.
•Sam Carlson, a Burnsville High School pitcher taken by Seattle in the second round of the 2017 draft, will miss the rest of this season and perhaps part or all of next after undergoing Tommy John surgery.
•The St. Paul Saints scored five runs in the top of the ninth inning to edge Fargo-Moohead 7-6. Dante Bichette Jr.'s two-run single tied the score and Anthony Phillips' sacrifice fly drove in the go-ahead run.