Rashad McCants could replace Moss as 'mystery man'
"We have to work on his consistency," said Kevin McHale, the Timberwolves' basketball boss after Wednesday's news conference. "I'm not saying there won't be a few hurdles with this kid. But I said to our guys going into the draft, 'We want the best (shooting) guard we can get, a player who can bang bodies going to the basket and who can shoot it,' and that's McCants. "He had some trouble with coaches because he wanted the ball. That doesn't bother me a bit. I want a player who wants the ball, who wants his shots." (Winston-Salem Journal)
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