Harris will return to the bench for Sunday's game against the Pacers.
Harris drew the spot start Friday with both Allen Crabbe (knee) and DeMarre Carroll (rest) out, posting six points, two rebounds and a steal across 30 minutes. It was a relatively ineffective performance and with both Crabbe and Carroll back, Harris will be sent back to a bench role Sunday. With the demotion, look for Harris to see a slight drop in his overall workload.
LeVert will return to the bench for Sunday's game against the Pacers.
LeVert and Joe Harris picked up fill-in starts on Friday with both DeMarre Carroll (rest) and Allen Crabbe (knee) out. However, Carroll and Crabbe have been cleared for a return and will take on their typical spots in the top unit Sunday, which sends LeVert back to the bench. That said, LeVert has averaged 28.7 minutes over the last six games, so he shouldn't see much of a role reduction with the demotion.
Young (concussion) has been cleared to play in Monday's game against the Lakers.
Young suffered a concussion late last week and had to sit out Thursday's game because of it. However, after going through a full practice Saturday, he's officially cleared the concussion protocol and will make his return to the court Monday. While Young could see a slightly elevated role with Steph Curry (ankle) and Shaun Livingston (knee) out, he'd still be nothing more than a three-point specialist for those in deeper leagues.
Bjelica (foot) has been upgraded to questionable for Monday's game against the Trail Blazers, Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic reports.
Coach Tom Thibodeau mentioned Friday that Bjelica was likely going to miss another week, so despite being upgraded to questionable, there's a good chance Bjelica is ultimately held out. Still, it's encouraging news for his overall recovery, as this likely means a return is forthcoming. Look for another update after Monday's morning shootaround.
Butler (back) is officially listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Trail Blazers, Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic reports.
Butler is dealing with a sore back, so there's a chance the Timberwolves opt to take a cautious approach and hold him out Monday. He was only able to go through portions of practice Sunday, which doesn't bode well for his eventual availability. That said, Butler will likely test it out during Monday's morning shootaround before a final decision is made, so look for another update following that session. Jamal Crawford and Shabazz Muhammad would likely see increased minutes if Butler can't give it a go.