Timberwolves have high hopes for rook...

Timberwolves have high hopes for rookie guard Jonny Flynn

There are 6 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Sep 28, 2009, titled Timberwolves have high hopes for rookie guard Jonny Flynn. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Jonny Flynn appears to be way ahead of the game in handling the dynamics of being a rookie point guard in the NBA.

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DD Austin

Memphis, TN

#1 Sep 29, 2009
If the T-Wolves don't start winning more games and be really competitive it won't matter how great of a personality Flynn has. Let's hope they can! Go T-Wolves!:)
Taxpayer as well

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Sep 29, 2009
I think the Wolves will have big issues this year getting butts in seats. And by showing less games on TV, they may become even more irrelevant. I love this team, but we held onto McHale waaaaaaaay too long. He took us down into the gutter by making horrible draft picks year after year and now it'll take years to get out. I actually liked him as a coach, but he couldn't get the players to play D. You can put that on the player, but McHale was the one who brought them here. I'm looking forward to seeing Flynn, K Love, Big Al, Brewer, and Ramon Sessions run the floor this year. Seems like a potential big year for Love with all the outlet pass opportunities.
Gardy

Byron, MN

#3 Sep 29, 2009
I'm finally beginning to understand the T-Wolves draft-- they figured there was a clear cut-off after the top 6 players - Griffin, Rubio, Harden, Thabeet, Evans and Flynn. When they traded Foye and Miller, they expected to get Evans and Flynn with the 5th and 6th picks. When that didn't work out, they had to take the only two guys remaining in the top 6. If the summer league is any indication, Curry will be a poor shooter in the NBA, which could lead to a career not unlike Telfair's (he was highly-touted too). I say good draft, and keep up the good work Kahn.
das

Waverly, MN

#4 Sep 29, 2009
duhs
Fritz

Boise, ID

#5 Sep 30, 2009
Yeah i was hopeing for evans and flynn. i thought there was no way that sacremento would pass on rubio but now we have a major trade asset. and if flynn turns out to be as good as people beleive he can then we can do a kg trade of our own expiring contracts and rubio right to a rebuilding team
Tiffany

Bronx, NY

#6 Oct 1, 2009
Al jefferson,and Johnny Flynn are going to be expected to run the team,they gotta do the best they can without Rubio

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