Anthony Randolph comes alive
St. Paul Pioneer Press:
Randolph's sudden revival - he's averaging 22.0 points and 8.6 rebounds and shooting 59.0 percent from the floor in the past three games - has been a highlight during the Wolves' nine-game losing streak. But will Randolph's late-season surge be enough to persuade Adelman and Wolves president of basketball operations David Kahn to bring him back next season?
Randolph, a four-year veteran, is a restricted free agent after the season, and the Wolves must decide whether he's worth the $4.049 million he's due in 2012-13. Randolph has five games to make his case, starting Monday night, April 16, at Indiana.
As much as Adelman has been delighted with Randolph's recent performance, he has concerns about Randolph and whether he's a player the Wolves can count on for next season - all of next season.