Wolves 110, Blazers 109: Continuing to fight because that’s what professionals do.

After Monday evening’s 110-109 win over the Portland Trail Blazers, Tom Thibodeau was asked if he liked the fight his team showed, earning a win over a decent team after his own had already been eliminated from the playoffs. Thibs didn’t seem to accept the premise that missing the playoffs somehow excused poor performance for […]

Kings 123, Wolves 117: Tanks One to Know One

The Minnesota Timberwolves crumbled against the Sacramento Kings Saturday night to the tune of 123-117. The Wolves lead the Kings 31-18 after the first quarter, but proceeded to get molly-whopped over the final three frames by the score of 105-92; truthfully, it wasn’t even that close. This was the 15th time this season that the […]

Wolves 119, Lakers 104: Ricky Rubio and Opening Up the Floor

On a late March night where two teams with equally gone playoff chances face off, some non-traditional occurrences might take place. A Thibs-led team we can have 37-37 first quarter scores, 67-60 first half scores, Ricky Rubio dropping 20 first half points, and also Thomas Robinson. This game was a tale of two ends of […]

Timberwolves 115, Pacers 114: Does going over the screen change anything?

Ricky Rubio is still hitting jumpers and eventually that might mean something.

Blazers 112, Wolves 100: It Tanks Two to Tango

The Minnesota Timberwolves fell to the Portland Trail Blazers Saturday night by the score of 112-100, but the game was nowhere near as close as the score might indicate. The Wolves, who led for less than thirty seconds the entire game, were unable to hinder Portland’s dynamic trio of C.J. McCollum, Damian Lillard, and Jusuf […]

What’s New is Old Again: Lakers 130, Timberwolves 119 (OT)

    It happened again. The Wolves lost another close one in which they squandered a double-digit lead in the second half. But the news wasn’t all bad.

What It Means for the Wolves To Compete for a Playoff Spot, but (Probably) Not Quite Make It

The Wolves will fall short of a playoff berth for yet another year, but made it more interesting this year than they have in over a decade. That matters.

Spurs 100, Wolves 93: Top 5 Reasons the Wolves Lost

On Tuesday night at Target Center, in a later-than-usual game broadcast on ESPN to a national audience, the Timberwolves lost to the San Antonio Spurs. They lost despite holding a 1-point lead with under a minute to go, and when that happens, every fan has their own favorite reason to point to for why their […]

Pelicans 123, Timberwolves 109: Feelin’ young

The Wolves end a nightmare three-game road trip without a hold of the rope.

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