If you watched the Wolves game hoping for a pick-me-up after the Vikings’ heartbreaking loss, you came to the wrong place.
Here’s a measure of my confidence in the outcome of this game before it even began. Every A Wolf Among Wolves recap begins with the teams’ names and the score, Minnesota first, the visiting team second (at least, that’s the way I’ve always done it). Before this game began, I set up my document with […]
The Wolves’ struggles continued tonight, and looked familiar to games of days past.
A loss in Philadelphia isn’t the problem, really; it’s the entire past month that’s cause for real alarm.
The Timberwolves’ interim head coach laments the lack of fundamentals in AAU and college basketball, among other things.
Some nights, the Wolves’ archaic attitude toward threes doesn’t stick out as much. This was not one of those nights.
Sometimes, on a night of bad basketball, a few momentum-setting plays is what it takes to hold a lead and get the win.
A much better game than the drubbing the Minnesota Timberwolves suffered at home against the San Antonio Spurs last week, last night’s tilt was a perfect example of the gap between a promising team and a genuinely good one.
One big no-call led to the Wolves crumbling. What if…?
The Spurs Spurs’d on defense again tonight.