Kevin Martin SG MIN 15 Days

Martin's broken wrist is making progress after surgery but he said it will be a "a slow process" that could take at least another six weeks, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

Martin had a checkup with doctors this week and told the media that the injury is healing well, but reports appear to indicate he'll return later than the initial six weeks when he was hurt Nov. 20. Still, it's early in his recovery so a timetable isn't definitive at this point.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 26 Days

Martin will undergo surgery on his wrist, with an initial recovery timetable of six weeks, the Minneapolis Star Tribunereports.

The procedure chosen for Martin includes insertion of a screw, and the hope is that six weeks will suffice to get him back on the floor. Such a time line all but assures he won't play until after 2015 arrives, but in his place, Corey Brewer is poised to start at shooting guard.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 26 Days

Martin (wrist) will visit with a specialist Monday, Andy Greder of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

Martin suffered a fractured wrist Wednesday against the Knicks and is currently without a firm return recovery timetable. Monday's visit should offer some clarity, but at this point it seems likely the shooting guard misses a significant chunk of time.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 29 Days

Martin (wrist) has fractured his wrist and will be out indefinitely, ESPN reports.

Martin apparently suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's game against the Knicks. There has yet to be a timetable for return set, so he's considered to be out indefinitely. In the coming few days, we should know more about the length of time Martin could be held out for.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 1 Month

Martin scored a season-high 37 points (14-20 FG, 7-11 3Pt, 2-6 FT) in the win Wednesday over the Knicks. He played 35 minutes and added four rebounds, two assists, and two steals while turning the ball over twice.

Martin has proven to be a prolific scorer his entire career. If he is still available in your fantasy league, go pick him up right now. Clearly, he is the go-to-guy in Minnesota.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 1 Month

Martin (illness) is expected to be available off the bench Wednesday against the Knicks.

Martin, along with a few teammates, is feeling a bit under the weather in advance of the Wednesday evening tilt, but will likely play barring any setbacks. Corey Brewer is also expected to be available off the bench, but fantasy owners should temper their expectations for both players considering their condition.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 1 Month

Martin is questionable Wednesday due to an illness.

If he is unable to play, Andrew Wiggins and Chase Budinger would stand to see some more playing time.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 1 Month

Martin had his best scoring night of the young season, dropping 34 points (12-17 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 6-6 FT) with three rebounds, and one assist in 29 minutes.

Martin has been his usual, high-scoring self this season, averaging 18.6 points through his first eight games. His performance hasn't seemed to have been affected by the departure of Kevin Love, nor the injury to Ricky Rubio (ankle).

Kevin Martin SG MIN 1 Month

Martin scored just eight points on 2-of-9 shooting in Saturday's loss to Miami.

It was likely just an off night for Martin, but it's worth monitoring to see if his performance declines with Ricky Rubio out multiple weeks with an ankle injury.

Kevin Martin SG MIN 1 Month

Martin scored 26 points (8-20 FG, 4-9 3P, 6-6 FT) with seven rebounds and three assists in 38 minutes during Wednesday's win over the Nets.

That's back-to-back big games for Martin, who looks to be fully recovered from the ankle injury that caused him to miss the T-Wolves' opener. With Kevin Love no longer around, Martin could see enough shots this season to return to the 20+ PPG range.