The good news, injury-wise, for tonight: Mo Williams, who sprained his ankle vs. the Suns and missed last night’s game in Milwaukee, is available to play.

The bad news: Shabazz Muhammad, who has an abdominal strain, will not.

That means that “Always ready’’ Robbie Hummel might not have to play any point guard tonight.

On the other side, Spurs players Manu Ginobili (back spasms) and Marco Belinelli (groin) will not play. The Spurs, playing on the back end of a back-to-back (as are the Wolves) are going to play veterans Tony Parker and Tim Duncan.

Other notes:

--The Wolves had planned on sending rookie forward Glenn Robinson III to Ft.  Wayne of the D League either Sunday or Monday, but those plans may have changed. Robinson will likely stay if Muhammad looks to be out for a while. More will be known in the coming days.

--If Andrew Wiggins scores 20 or more points tonight it will be his seventh straight. If it happens, he will have done it at the exact same age a fellow named LeBron James did it. Wittings is 19 years, 321 days old. LeBron was 19 years, 321 days old when he did it, too.

That’s about all for now. I’ll get back to you after the game.

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