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Few NBA teams carry four point guards, and it's a number that probably makes it about even odds the Wolves trade homegrown Tyus Jones to Cleveland, Philadelphia, New Orleans or another team seeking a backup point guard for another big forward or wing defender by Monday's deadline to set final rosters.
The Wolves haven't forgotten the prime architect of the team.
The loss, squandering another stifling performance from coach Mike Zimmer's defense, exposed the plot of how the Vikings' Super Bowl hopes might ultimately get killed off in January.
Sendejo suffered the injury after he picked off Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and returned it to the 2-yard line. He didn't realize he had gotten hurt until he got back to the sideline. He has no idea what specifically caused the injury.
He has played three strong games in a row, especially Saturday at New Jersey, where he played with an edge. He finished with four shot attempts and five hits.