What’s New is Old Again: Lakers 130, Timberwolves 119 (OT)

    It happened again. The Wolves lost another close one in which they squandered a double-digit lead in the second half. But the news wasn’t all bad.

What It Means for the Wolves To Compete for a Playoff Spot, but (Probably) Not Quite Make It

The Wolves will fall short of a playoff berth for yet another year, but made it more interesting this year than they have in over a decade. That matters.

Spurs 100, Wolves 93: Top 5 Reasons the Wolves Lost

On Tuesday night at Target Center, in a later-than-usual game broadcast on ESPN to a national audience, the Timberwolves lost to the San Antonio Spurs. They lost despite holding a 1-point lead with under a minute to go, and when that happens, every fan has their own favorite reason to point to for why their […]

Pelicans 123, Timberwolves 109: Feelin’ young

The Wolves end a nightmare three-game road trip without a hold of the rope.

Report: Wolves Closing in on Deal with Omri Casspi

After an injury to Nemanja Bjelica, reports suggest the Wolves may have found their replacement.

Heat 123, Wolves 105: A Tough Road Ahead

The Wolves fell to the Heat, amidst a frantic chase to stay relevant in the playoff picture. Is there still time?

Bjelica Done for the Year: What next?

Yesterday afternoon, the Timberwolves announced that Nemanja Bjelica will miss the remainder of the season due to a foot injury suffered in Wednesday’s loss to the Boston Celtics. The press release was short on details except to say that he underwent an MRI of his foot and he will be consulting with specialists to determine […]

Celtics 117, Wolves 104: Play “Let it Be,” or “Nevermind”

Ricky Rubio picked up his fourth foul (and was subbed out) with 5:38 to go in the 3rd and the Wolves down 72-71. By the time Ricky came back, with 8:00 to go in the final period, the Wolves were down 12. That was pretty much that.

A Ricky Rubio Record: Wolves 119, Wizards 104

The Timberwolves beat the Washington Wizards by 15 points on Monday night at Target Center because they continued to play good all-around basketball. Much like their other impressive wins of late, the game involved an early lead (41-23 after the first quarter), stingy defense for long stretches of the game (Washington shot 42.9% from the […]

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