Category Archives: 2015-16 Season

Wolves Win Big Against Short-Handed Grizzlies; Does That Mean Anything?

Let’s cut right to the chase: the Minnesota Timberwolves shellacked the Memphis Grizzlies during Tuesday night’s home opener to the tune of 116-80. After a slow, not-exactly-pretty first five minutes, which saw the lead undulate between the two teams, the Wolves pulled ahead 14-12 off of a Kris Dunn three-pointer and the team never trailed […]

Timberwolves vs. Warriors: Running It Back on Minnesota’s Game of the Year

About a year ago, I had a chance to sit down and talk with statistician and Yale professor Edward Tufte. If you haven’t checked out Tufte’s incredible books on information design, do so now — they are not to be missed in this day and age, when so much information is being presented to us […]

Roster Review: Shabazz Muhammad

Our roster review continues with the enigmatic Shabazz Muhammad.

Report: Karl-Anthony Towns to receive NBA Rookie of the Year Award

Not the most shocking thing you’ll hear today.

Roster Review: Professor Big Shots (?) Nemanja Bjelica

How did Nemanja Bjelica do in his first NBA season? We review.

Roster Review: Professor Andre Miller

Roster Review for the 2015-16 season continues on with Professor Andre Miller.

Timberwolves 144: Pelicans 109: Deserve’s got nothing to do with it.

29-53.

Report: Sam Mitchell relieved of coaching duties, search begins for new leadership

Sam Mitchell, Milt Newton are out, Korn Ferry tabbed as search firm to find Wolves’ new leadership.

Rockets 129, Wolves 105: I wonder what Pek and KG talk about behind the bench…

What I like to imagine they talk about.

Wolves 106, Blazers 105: Are We Seeing It?

Are we getting a glimpse of Wolves future?