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76ers 93, Wolves 91: For Whom the Liberty Bell Tolls

It tolls for thee, Minnesota Timberwolves. The Wolves fell in a grotesque exhibition of something resembling basketball to the Philadelphia 76ers 93-91. The Sixers simply out-hustled, out-muscled, and out-willed the Wolves for nearly three quarters of the game, at one point building up a 26-point lead, before Karl-Anthony Towns and Zach LaVine came alive towards […]

Timberwolves 110, Sixers 86: Welcome to the Party, Pal

It’s nice to get an easy one every once in a while, isn’t it? Especially on national TV. This was supposed to be the battle of Joel Embiid vs. Karl-Anthony Towns, but the collective work of the Wolves showed why we’ll have to wait a while before this battle of bigs becomes a genuine contest: […]

2016-17 Minnesota Timberwolves: 32 Hot Wolves Takes that can’t go wrong for the upcoming season

There’s no way any of these can backfire.

76ers 103, Timberwolves 94: Organization and a plan

The Philadelphia 76ers haven’t been putting a great roster on the floor over the last two seasons. It’s been by design and it’s a risky proposition. It’s an idea that I’ve had, along with plenty of Wolves’ fans, when it comes to the rebuilding style of this Minnesota franchise. Strip down the roster, rid it […]

Who Would the Wolves Have Taken First Overall?

Play along for ten minutes (or however long it takes you to read the next 1500 or so words): imagine that the Kevin Love trade happened prior to the NBA Draft instead of afterward. Pretend the Wolves acquired the first overall pick rather than the draft rights to the first overall pick who was already chosen, Andrew Wiggins. […]