Chase Budinger (knee surgery) put up some shots after the Wolves' practice on Monday.
Updating a previous report, Chase Budinger (knee) will rejoin the Wolves this week but he has not been cleared for basketball activities.
Chase Budinger (knee surgery) has been cleared to resume basketball activities, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
Chase Budinger (knee) will see a doctor on Wednesday.
Chase Budinger (knee surgery) could rejoin the Wolves early this week, when he returns from rehabbing in Florida.
Chase Budinger had roughly one-quarter of his lateral meniscus removed during Monday's surgery, and he remains without a recovery timetable.
Chase Budinger had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Monday, involving the removal of his lateral meniscus.
Chase Budinger has suffered a cartilage injury to his left knee and will see Dr. James Andrews for arthroscopic surgery to assess the damage.
Chase Budinger (knee) said that he's doing guard workouts in pre-camp.
Chase Budinger said that his surgically-repaired knee feels "great" and he's "able to jump and dunk again."
Timberwolves agreed to terms with Chase Budinger on a three-year, $16 million contract.
The Wolves are "working" on a deal with free agent Chase Budinger.
The Timberwolves, Bucks and Pelicans have all made Chase Budinger "a priority" in free agency, according to Yahoo! Sports.
President of basketball operations David Kahn is hoping to re-sign unrestricted free agent Chase Budinger.