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Timberwolves Sign Taj Gibson: What It Means, What It Doesn’t

The Wolves have added a power forward to bolster their core of bigs. BUT WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?

The 2017 NBA Draft: Jimmy Butler is a Minnesota Timberwolf

So. That happened. In a move that can only be described as surreal, Tom Thibodeau and Scott Layden finally pulled the trigger on their first trade since taking over the Wolves in April 2016, sending Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, and the 7th pick (which became Lauri Markkanen, the stretch four from Arizona) for Jimmy Butler […]

Wolves 117, Bulls 89: Minnesota-Chicago Part ‘Deau

The Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Chicago Bulls Sunday afternoon by the score of 117-89, sweeping the season series 2-0. The visiting Bulls’ forces were weakened due to a bought with the injury bug; stars Jimmy Butler (heel) and Dwyane Wade (wrists), as well as role players Nikola Mirotic (back spasms) and Paul Zipser (food poising), […]

Timberwolves 99, Bulls 94: Don’t just win it for Thibs, win it for yourselves too

The Wolves were down 21 points in Thibodeau’s return to Chicago and he was left laughing maniacally.

The Minnesota Timberwolves’ attempt to close the gap: Still a work in progress but progress indeed

What if the Timberwolves finally learn how to control the 3-point line?

Kris Dunn, Ricky Rubio, and the Value of Patience

A crazy draft night led to the drafting of Kris Dunn, a slew of rumors, and an unclear future for Ricky Rubio with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Addressing Some Draft Time Chatter

Running through the rumor mill, trying to find things to ramble on about.

Report: Wolves interested in trading for Jimmy Butler

A trade that is almost definitely NOT going to happen has officially made it into the rumor mill. Breaking down what it does and doesn’t mean.

Timberwolves 102, Bulls 93: More like 0-fertime, AMIRITE?

Andrew Wiggins, Ricky Rubio, and Karl-Anthony Towns keep the Wolves perfect on the road.

Are the Wolves the Most Disappointing Team in NBA History?

How bad a team is — in linear terms — is relatively easy to measure. The 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers are the sine qua non of awful by most standard measurements; their 9-73 win-loss record earned them the nickname the “Nine and 73ers” (which is pretty good, as far as nicknames go). But although their season […]