Timberwolves fans are accustomed to looking for change. (And I don’t mean between the couch cushions, which is where the cash from selling second round picks always seems to end up.) For a franchise that has had eight head coaches and four GMs in the last 11 years, it’s simply expected. In that same span, […]
Au revois, Professor Miller. And perhaps hasta luego, Kevin Martin.
Minnesota made no deals at the trade deadline, to the surprise of few.
Kevin Martin has been made available in trade talks – exploring what it means, what the Wolves could get for him, and what’ll happen in the meantime.
We made predictions earlier in the week, and now we’re judging our predictions. Join us in a roundtable?
Much of the Timberwolves’ preseason, save for the occasional highlight, was forgettable. Last night was a breath of fresh air.
The previews roll on with a look at Andrew Wiggins and the rest of the Wolves’ wing core coming into the season.
The whole crew got together to discuss Kevin Martin as a sixth man, Sam Mitchell as head coach, which of the old guys will play the most, and which player has the most to prove during training camp.