Terrell Makes NBA Debut for Timberwolves

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KINGSTON, R.I. – Former Rhode Island star Jared Terrell made his NBA debut Sunday, playing off the bench in Minnesota's 111-81 loss at Portland.

Terrell scored four points, had two steals, one rebound and one blocked shot in 21 minutes off the bench. His first career field goal was a 3-point shot, and he made 1-of-2 at the free throw line.

On a two-way contract with the Timberwolves, Terrell can spend up to 45 days with Minnesota. He has spent the first week of the season with Minnesota and has yet to suit up with the Iowa Wolves of the G League.

Fellow former Ram Stanford Robinson made his debut with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the G League on Saturday. He played 10 minutes off the bench, scoring one point, grabbing three rebounds and adding one steal, one block and one assist in a 119-103 win over the Memphis Hustle. Robinson registered a +9 for the game.