Wolves guard Jordan McLaughlin reviews season, talks COVID-19 crisis, and more

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Created: March 31, 2020 10:13 AM

Timberwolves guard Jordan McLaughlin talks with our Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson about his season, how he's handling the COVID-19 crisis, and more.

***Click the video box on this page to watch our chat with McLaughlin***

McLaughlin is averaging 7.6 points per game on a solid 48.9% field goal percentage, while shooting 38.2% from three-point range. He also averages over 4 assists per game, while rarely turning the ball over.

The Wolves brought McLaughlin in for the Vegas Summer League, then signed him before the season to a two-way contract. Most impressive is with his contract, he rarely practices with the Wolves -- two-way players can total a maximum of 45-days with an NBA roster. By not practicing McLaughlin, the Wolves are able to conserve days. In other words, he's playing well and involving teammates, while rarely getting time working with them outside of games.


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