Summer League 2012
July 9, 2013
Minnesota kicked off the 2012 Summer League campaign with a 73-64 win over the Los Angeles Clippers at the Cox Pavilion. In this photo, center Paulo Prestes, a 2010 Timberwolves second round pick, puts up a shot against the Clippers.
Forward Mike Harris, who spent time with Adelman's coaching staff with the Rockets organization, releases a jumper against the Clippers.
Luke Sikma, son of Wolves assistant coach Jack Sikma, releases a hook shot against the Bobcats at Thomas & Mack Center. The Wolves lost to Charlotte 81-78 in their second 2012 Summer League contest.
Corey Fisher and Coby Karl, son of coach George Karl, talk on the court during the Bobcats game.
Mike Harris prepares for a free throw.
Coby Karl was one of the team's most valuable players during Summer League 2012, particularly from behind the arc. He hit 6-of-7 3-pointers against Cleveland in a 78-65 win over the Cavs in Minnesota's third game, improving their record to 2-1.
Corey Fisher plays tight defense against the Bobcats. He along with Kammron Taylor were the primary ball handlers for the Wolves during the 2012 Summer League event.
Karl looks for an open pass against the Bobcats.
Kammron Taylor drives to the hoop. The University of Wisconsin product was another top performer at the 2012 Summer League.
Wolves forward Derrick Williams averaged 15.4 points and 5.2 rebounds during five Summer League games.
Wes Johnson had an impressive Summer League in 2012, finishing with 20.4 points per game on 48.3 percent shooting.
Williams takes the ball up court during a game against the D-League Selects, which the Wolves won 86-78.
Luke Sikma averaged eight points and seven boards over his final two Summer League games and earned his way to increased minutes throughout the week.
Sikma prepares for a free-throw attempt against the D-League Selects.
Kammron Taylor again driving to the hoop against the D-League Selects.
Williams and Johnson, who spent one year as teammates with the Timberwolves, get set to play after a timeout.
Sikma battles for positioning during the Wolves' final Summer League 2012 contest, a 97-91 win over the Memphis Grizzlies.
Williams' best attribute during last year's Summer League was getting to the line. He shot 56 free throws in five games and showed confidence in driving and drawing contact from defenders in the lane.