Category Archives: Game Analysis
Andrew Wiggins showed out, LeBron James was LeBron James, and the Wolves fell to the champs.
A crazy game, a crazy finish. A sluggish Wolves start gave them a lot of ground to make up, but as the second half came around, so did the Wolves’ sense of urgency. For fun, instead of trying to encapsulate an entire game after the fact, I decide to do all my note-taking on the […]
That door just wouldn’t budge.
Well that was a real turd.
Games like these are frustrating, I know. The Wolves played well, built up a lead, and then let it slip away in the game’s final minutes. They played well enough to win the game against a fully healthy Jazz team, a playoff hopeful that’s been more successful this season. It was frustrating because Ricky Rubio shot the […]
How bad was the Wolves’ clutch defense against the Wizards?
The Wolves were down 21 points in Thibodeau’s return to Chicago and he was left laughing maniacally.
Tonight, Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins, and Zach LaVine shot a combined 30/55 for 71 points. On a more experienced team, or even just a deeper team, your best players unanimously shooting over 50 percent and getting 17+ points will get you the win. But when you allow your opponent to get to the free throw […]
The Wolves did what we’ve wanted them to do and I’m not sure what we do with that.
The Wolves’ defense is a broken jumper.