Butler / Rubio: Scandalous glaring, and other revelations

Friday night’s home opener wasn’t billed as a head-to-head matchup between Ricky Rubio and Jimmy Butler, but that’s what it became, and that’s what it remained, even after the final buzzer sounded. Apparently, Butler told security in the hallway not to let the former Timberwolves guard into “my locker room,” per Jerry Zgoda of the Star […]

Escaping Disaster: Wolves 100, Jazz 97

There’s what happened and then there’s what almost happened. What happened is the Timberwolves played a strong second half in their home opener against the Utah Jazz, built up a 10-point lead with under 5 minutes to go, and ultimately won the game. That’s good. Winning is good, especially against a quality opponent like the […]

Spurs 107, Wolves 99: Welcome Back.

The Minnesota Timberwolves fell to the San Antonio Spurs 107-99 Wednesday night in a game that played out almost exactly as many thought. The Wolves’ offense was rusty, the defense was at many times haphazard, and the Spurs played with a fundamentally soundness and veteran savvy that has become synonymous with their #brand. Despite playing without […]

Season-Preview Questions for Each Wolf

The Timberwolves open up their season tonight at San Antonio. Before they officially get underway, here are the big questions facing each player on the team. THE FRINGE Marcus Georges-Hunt Will MGH’s hyphenated surname help him earn a few minutes on a team led by a guy named Karl-Anthony? No, it won’t. But I don’t […]

2017-18 AWAW Season Preview Roundtable Spectacular Extravaganza! (Part Two)

The Minnesota Timberwolves kick off the season less than a week from now – Wednesday, October 18th at 8:30 in San Antonio, to be exact. We’re getting you ready with a (nearly full) staff roundtable full of predictions, projections, hopes, and fears for the upcoming season. So sit back, relax, and enjoy part two of […]

2017-18 AWAW Season Preview Roundtable Spectacular Extravaganza! (Part One)

  The Minnesota Timberwolves kick off the season less than a week from now – Wednesday, October 18th at 8:30 in San Antonio, to be exact. We’re getting you ready with a (nearly full) staff roundtable full of predictions, projections, hopes, and fears for the upcoming season. So sit back, relax, and enjoy part one […]

Maybe Waiting to Sign the 5-Year, $148 Mil Deal is in The Wolves’ and Wiggins’ Best Interests?

As of writing this article, Andrew Wiggins has yet to put pen to paper on his 5-year, $148 million contract extension with the deadline of October 16th looming ever closer. The course to getting this thing signed has been a curious one, involving Wiggins firing his (former) agent Bill Duffy after he had negotiated the […]

Warriors 142, Wolves 110: An Avalanche of Threes

On early Sunday morning in Minnesota time and Sunday night in Shanghai, China, where the game was played, the Timberwolves were demolished by the Golden State Warriors in the second and final game of their overseas preseason tour. After an encouraging first quarter that saw them leading 44-36, things turned in GSW’s direction and never […]

Who is the Wolves’ Number One Option?

“Obviously I think I’m a great scorer and that I’m a great weapon. I think of myself as the number one option. We all think we’re the number one options. Not in a selfish way. It’s more that we just know what we can do.” The above quote provided by Andrew Wiggins to 538’s Chris Herring has […]

Robbie Hummel Retires from Basketball

Remembering Robbie Hummel, who played some shooting guard on the Wolves’ best team of the past decade and some center on the worst one.

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