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The Long Two Episode 3: Andy G and Patrick J of Punch-Drunk Wolves/AWAW

For this episode of The Long Two podcast I was joined by Punch-Drunk Wolves and A Wolf Among Wolves’ very own Andy Grimsrud and Patrick Johnston. Topics covered included Karl-Anthony Towns missing out on an All-NBA 3rd team selection, Ricky Rubio and his new agent, and Andrew Wiggins. Unfortunately, we experienced some technical difficulties so […]

2016-17 Roster Review: Andrew Wiggins

How much did he improve this year? A deep dive into the numbers vs the eye test.

The Long Two Episode 2: With Canis Hoopus’ John Meyer

For this week’s episode of The Long Two podcast, I was lucky enough to be joined by John Meyer of Canis Hoopus. We discussed topics such as his recent feature on Karl-Anthony Towns, Shabazz Muhammad’s future with the Wolves, as well as ideal free agent and draft targets. Be sure to follow John (@thedailywolf) and me (@loseehafer) on […]

Rockets 123, Wolves 118: 5 Takeaways from the Season Finale

Some confirmations and reactions to the final game for the Wolves’ 2016-17 season.

Blazers 105, Wolves 98: Whats Cooler than Being Cool? ICE COLD (in the 4th)

The Minnesota Timberwolves squandered away yet another double-digit lead Thursday night, losing to the Portland Trail Blazers by the score of 105-98. This was the 21st time this season that the Wolves have led by double-digits yet came away with the loss. With Andrew Wiggins, Ricky Rubio, and Karl-Anthony Towns leading the way and combining […]

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 […]

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.

Bucks 102, Wolves 95: The Bucks (Don’t) Stop Here

The Minnesota Timberwolves fell to the Milwaukee Bucks Saturday night by the score of 102-95. After fighting tooth and nail the night prior against the Golden State Warriors (catch Andy’s killer recap here), the Wolves came out flat and were never really able to perk up. Save for Karl-Anthony Towns and Ricky Rubio, the team […]