ESPN’s Marc Stein reports that the Wolves and Kevin Garnett are progressing on a buyout, and that the 40-year-old future Hall of Famer is likely to retire in the coming days.
KG was pretty good in 2000, especially in full court one-on-one drills.
Kevin Garnett’s career is over or the end is nigh. And it’s everything about him that is driving us to hope for one more season when it’s no longer necessary.
The Kid is an old man, now. Reviewing KG’s 21st NBA season.
Even at 39, KG still moves the Timberwolves’ franchise in profound ways.
Just a couple of fun plays the Wolves are executing with Karl-Anthony Towns as the roaming big man.
These streets is full with the wolves that starve for the week so they after the weak In a land full of lambs I am and I’ll be damned if I don’t show my teeth” -Run the Jewels The Wolves entered today’s matinee meeting with the Suns 4-21 over their past 25 games, losers of […]
There was bad on “Throwback Night” against the Thunder, but there was also good. We look at both.
Sometimes, on a night of bad basketball, a few momentum-setting plays is what it takes to hold a lead and get the win.
Kobe Bryant seems to be holding the Lakers hostage; Kevin Garnett seems to be a foul-mouthed tour guide escorting the young Timberwolves to success.