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Wolves 109, Hornets 74: A Dominant Preseason Finish


The Timberwolves played their second home, and final preseason game on Friday night at Target Center. Much like their first home game on Wednesday night against the Memphis Grizzlies, they built up a huge lead (41 points, at different times). Unlike that game, however, the Wolves kept their separation from the visiting Charlotte Hornets in […]

INBOX: Preseason Observations & Whether to Extend Gorgui


Andy G: The Wolves are playing actual basketball games. Preseason basketball games, only available on webstreams and secret Jumbotron cameras, but still: actual basketball games. They’ve played three times now, winning two (against Miami and Denver) and losing one (against Charlotte). They play again tonight. I’ve seen most of the action, and the stats are […]

“Wolves Mania” and Managing Expectations


As the preseason gets underway and we inch ever closer to the start of meaningful NBA basketball, there are two things I am noticing about how the Timberwolves are being discussed: People are excited to watch them play. That doesn’t mean people expect them to be great. Consider what some of the best NBA minds […]

A Preseason Box Score Recap: Hornets 98, Wolves 86


We’re scouring our “sources” for quality video from this game, but until then, here’s what the box score says…

I hope Tom Thibodeau can cook: examining the Wolves’ new leadership recipe


You can’t just throw it all in a tortilla, throw it in the microwave, and expect it to taste good. Right?

Nemanja Bjelica: The Wolves’ Secret X-Factor?


To say that Nemanja Bjelica had an up and down rookie year would be a bit of an understatement. What can we hope to see in 2016-17?

AWAW Roundtable: So long, KG


A roundtable on the greatest player in franchise history calling it a career.

Report: Kevin Garnett, Timberwolves discussing buyout

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett acknowledges the crowd during a timeout in the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Boston Celtics in Boston, Monday, Dec. 21, 2015. Boston won 113-99. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

ESPN’s Marc Stein reports that the Wolves and Kevin Garnett are progressing on a buyout, and that the 40-year-old future Hall of Famer is likely to retire in the coming days.

The Best of 2015-16: Kobe Bryant sees a lot to like in Andrew Wiggins

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It’s easy to dislike Kobe Bryant, but it’s difficult to resist enjoying his endorsement of Timberwolves’ rising star Andrew Wiggins.

Timberwolves Midsummer Recap: On Jordan Hill, Las Vegas, and Thigh Bruises

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It’s allegedly the NBA offseason, but looking around, you wouldn’t really know it.