Category Archives: Player Analysis
The Timberwolves are now 61 games into the season. What does that mean? It means it’s time for another quarterly report, the third of the 2016-17 season. That’s what time it is.
The Timberwolves defeated a beleaguered Denver Nuggets team 112-99 on Wednesday night in Denver. The Nuggets were coming off a signature win of sorts, after 132-110 drubbing of the Golden State Warriors on Monday in Denver. The Nuggz team that dominated the league’s best team didn’t show up at the Pepsi Center Wednesday night, at […]
As we near halfway through the season, it’s time to look and see where the Wolves are stacking up on both ends of the floor. It has become clear that this team’s defensive limitations have held this team back. Their defensive rating is seventh worst in the NBA, and their defensive transition numbers are the […]
A look into Karl-Anthony Towns’ impressive post game, his passing, and the strengths and weaknesses of his young career.
As far as we know, most corporations do quarterly reports. (Eds. Note: According to Wikipedia, these reports are “required by numbers of stock exchanges around the world to provide information to investors on the state of a company.”) In these reports, companies typically update their financials, make projections, and assess how they’re doing internally and […]
Saying goodbye to one of the best (and unusual) scorers we’ve seen in a while.
Is this Andrew Wiggins making roster construction that much different in the future?
How salvageable or lost is the cause of Anthony Bennett?
Believe it or not, Ricky Rubio’s jumper improved a lot and it’s why Mike Penberthy has to be a part of the future of this team.
We’re halfway through the 2014-15 NBA season and things haven’t gone exactly to plan. The Minnesota Timberwolves missed at least three starters for two months of the season and it’s helped them go from a promising start 4.5 games into the season to a 7-34 record at the halfway point. Granted, that record is mostly […]