After Wednesday's 21-point loss at New Orleans, Wolves coach Tom Thibodeau said he'd look everywhere after I asked him whether he's contemplating personnel changes with his starting lineup and rotations.
Before tonight's game at Phoenix, he gave no indication he's making any noticeable changes.
The Wolves are starting their same 5 -- Ricky Rubio, Zach LaVine, Andrew Wiggins, Gorgui Dieng and Karl-Anthony Towns.
Thibodeau also indicated he's sticking with Rubio and Kris Dunn at the point when I asked if he'd consider going back to Tyus Jones in an attempt to get more offensive production from his point-guard spot.
As for his team's need for toughness, I asked Thibodeau if he might give very little-used Jordan Hill a look and he said you can't play everyone and promised Hill's "time will come."
The Suns, meanwhile, came home Thursday from a long six-game trip and will get Tyson Chandler back after he missed the last two weeks following his mother's death.
Except Chandler to play some minutes off the bench behind center Alex Len, who is starting to find his way in the NBA here in his fourth NBA season.
One other tidbit:
Former Wolves guard Kevin Martin announced his retirement with an ad in his Zanesville, Ohio newspaper on Thanksgiving day. He was signed by the Wolves in 2013 and reached a buyout agreement with them last winter just in time to sign with San Antonio for the rest of the season.