Author Archives: William Bohl
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.
Recapping a big win at home over the Clippers, keeping the Wolves within shouting distance of the 8th spot in the West.
2004 was a long-ass time ago.
I feel like I’ve had every possible Wolves-Rockets recap since I started writing for A Wolf Among Wolves in the fall of 2013. Truth is, this is the 5th; they’ve met 14 times over that span. The Wolves are 2-12 overall in those games, and 0-5 in mine. Last night’s 142-130 loss was the craziest yet. […]
Ah, yes, it’s trade deadline season. The time of year when you stare at your phone, refreshing twitter, trying to wade through the convincing fake accounts and random blather of wannabe Wojnarowskis to suss out what the hell is actually happening in the NBA. It’s the time for clearing cap space, future protected (or unprotected) […]
Last night, after the Wolves overcame a double-digit second half deficit to steal a victory from one of the league’s top ten teams, Thibs was hardly overjoyed. He was almost grumpy.
Some sad news to report regarding Wolves forward Adreian Payne – he’s been sidelined indefinitely as he undergoes treatment for thrombocytopenia, a blood disorder.
Ricky was outstanding, Towns and Ibaka battled, and Andrew Wiggins came up big in the clutch (again) to capture the Wolves’ 8th win in their past 11 games.
Don’t look now, but the Minnesota Timberwolves are on a winning streak.
Now *that* was what optimistic Timberwolves fans, as well as the many national pundits who predicted 45 wins and a playoff berth, expected most of their games to be like.