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Wolves Radio Host John Focke [AUDIO]

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The Minnesota Timberwolves are off to a 7-5 start this season including Tuesday’s 104-100 loss to the Washington Wizards in D.C.

Timberwolves radio network host John Focke joined the Granite City Cafe on Tuesday morning to analyze the team’s successful start to the season.

Focke discusses Andrei Kirilenko, the play of Corey Brewer, when to expect Chase Budinger back with the team and wonders where the Wolves may be looking for an upgrade as the season goes on.

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