Randy Moss to guest on Kevin Garnett’s Area 21, Giving Nostalgic Minnesotans the Feels

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2nd Quarter Report Card

Sunday’s disappointing game at Dallas was the Timberwolves’ 41st of the season, which means that they just reached the midway point. Which means that it’s time for another quarterly report card. In case you missed the first quarter edition, click here. (I’ll also include the first-quarter grades here, in parentheses.) The stats included in this […]

Are Zach LaVine and Andrew Wiggins Redundant? It’s Too Early To Tell.

An interesting theory that seems to be slowly invading the zeitgeist of Minnesota Timberwolves’ basketball fandom is that the team would be better off bringing Zach LaVine, arguably the most electric and least polarizing of the young ‘Big Three’, off the bench to fill a role similar to that of James Harden when he was […]

2016-17 Midway Point: Checking how accurate the preseason Hot Wolves Takes were (there’s so much blood)

I wouldn’t say these were the most prescient predictions ever made.

Mavericks 98, Timberwolves 87: Laying an egg on a bench

Well that was a real turd.

Timberwolves 96, Thunder 86: The Minnesota Timberwolves’ Ricky Rubio Solution

Don’t look now, but the Minnesota Timberwolves are on a winning streak.

As the Wolves attempt to transition into a winner, their transition game has fallen behind

The Wolves are sloppy and too old school in their transition attack.

Timberwolves 119, Rockets 105: A Respite from Repetition

A good NBA season has chapters within it. Things need to happen to change the way that the team and its players are viewed. Fans need segments smaller than 82 games to process what they’re watching in interesting and entertaining ways; to establish a narrative that makes the whole experience feel meaningful. Taken as one […]

State of the Offense, Part 1: KAT and Sharing the Yarn

A look into Karl-Anthony Towns’ impressive post game, his passing, and the strengths and weaknesses of his young career.

Wolves 101, Mavericks 92: Building, Breaking Down, and Building Back Up

The Wolves held onto a lead, even after some adversity from the Western Conference’s worst team.

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