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Jazz 98, Timberwolves 85: Running through the finish line

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“It’s not that you finish the race. It’s how you finish the race.” – Wolves locker room whiteboard.

Timberwolves 132, Wizards 129 2OT: Step into the world

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Go ruin someone’s day.

AWAW Roundtable: On Bjelica, Sam Mitchell, and other assorted worries about the future

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Zach, Steve, Tim and Bill all gather to ruminate on some pressing Wolves matters.

Wolves in Motion: Some cool stuff the Wolves are running for Karl-Anthony Towns

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Just a couple of fun plays the Wolves are executing with Karl-Anthony Towns as the roaming big man.

Raptors 114, Timberwolves 105: Grinding it Out

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The Raptors came away with the win at home tonight, beating the Wolves in very Raptors-y fashion.

LaVine, Towns shine at All-Star Weekend

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Recapping the All-Star weekend performances of Andrew Wiggins, Karl-Anthony Towns, and (especially) Zach LaVine.

Timberwolves 117, Raptors 112: Dare I say… progress is happening?

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Karl-Anthony Towns did what we’re expecting him to do and the Wolves are doing what we don’t expect them to do.

Wolves 112, Bulls 105: Things that are working

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With all the losing, it’s easy (and important) to look at what isn’t working. When winning happens, it’s just as easy (and important) to look at what’s going well.

Timberwolves 108, Clippers 102: A breath of fresh air

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Zach LaVine making big plays, Andrew Wiggins with a big shot, and the clutchmeg from Ricky Rubio. Wolves over Clippers was a breath of fresh air.

Timberwolves 123, Thunder 126: Shop Talk

Nov 25, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Timberwolves guard Andrew Wiggins (22) shakes hands with Minnesota Timberwolves forward Tayshaun Prince (12) after making a shot in the second half against the Atlanta Hawks at Target Center. The Timberwolves won 99-95. Mandatory Credit: Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Every game begins unknown. A few hours later, it’s decided: a win or a loss, binary, a one, a zero. But in between, there’s a well of experience for each of the fifteen or so players involved that fills up: expectations, perceptions, decisions, recognitions, surprises. As you line them up, the games stretch into a […]