07:23 AM ET 11.29 | On Wednesday, Luc Mbah a Moute walked out of Minnesota's locker room at around 5:30 p.m. in search of something fairly important. "How do I get to the court?" he asked a member of the team's PR staff. ... He is a player, [Rick Adelman] said, who could help him solve the problem of inconsistent bench play. "My biggest concern is now how to fit him in," Adelman said of Mbah a Moute, who dressed but did not play in the 117-110 loss to the Denver Nuggets. "It's what we can do to get a second group that's going to be consistent. It's been tough for us to get any continuity going." ... That could, ultimately, be off the bench. Or, even, as a starter, with Corey Brewer coming off the bench. For now, Adelman is glad to have another on-the-ball defender and Mbah a Moute is glad to be on a team with rising expectations.