Timberwolves forward Kevin Love, recovering from surgery on his right hand, was at Target Center Wednesday night, Feb. 6, to work out before the Wolves' game against San Antonio.

Love returned to the team for the first time since undergoing surgery Jan. 15 in New York to repair the third and fourth metacarpal bones on his right hand. Love was not available to speak to reporters but is scheduled to meet the media after Thursday's practice.

Love was projected to miss eight to 10 weeks after the surgery, which is expected to keep him out of the lineup until at least mid-March. The two-time all-star apparently is resuming his rehab work in the Twin Cities.

Love needed surgery after re-fracturing the two bones in his hand Jan. 3 at Denver. He broke the bones in October while doing knuckle push-ups at his home.

Love has appeared in 18 games this season, averaging 18.3 points and 14 rebounds.