Ricky Rubio practiced fully on Saturday for a second consecutive day and is aimed at playing his first game of the preseason Sunday at Memphis.

"If he feels good tomorrow, he'll play," interim head coach Sam Mitchell said.

The team lists him as "probable" in its official Saturday injury report.

The Wolves have three preseason games remaining before their Oct. 28 regular-season opener in L.A.

A few other things from practice with those three games in mind:

*Mitchell said he intends to get Shabazz Muhammad and Adreian Payne more minutes beginning with Sunday's game.

* Veteran guard Kevin Martin practiced Saturday after he didn't play Wednesday in Ottawa because of back spasms and Mitchell said he needs to get Martin more like some regular-season minutes here in the next two games. He has played just about 30 minutes total in three preseason games so far.

* Mitchell said he also wants to play Zach LaVine a little more at point guard these last three games while the Wolves still apparently try to figure out just what LaVine is. He's struggled shooting this preseason at the other guard position but stepped up and hit a big shot late in Wednesday's victory over the Raptors in Ottawa.

The Wolves fly to Memphis this afternoon and won't shoot around tomorrow because it's a 5 p.m. game.