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State of the Offense, Part 2: What is a Zach LaVine?

As we near halfway through the season, it’s time to look and see where the Wolves are stacking up on both ends of the floor. It has become clear that this team’s defensive limitations have held this team back. Their defensive rating is seventh worst in the NBA, and their defensive transition numbers are the […]

Are Zach LaVine and Andrew Wiggins Redundant? It’s Too Early To Tell.

An interesting theory that seems to be slowly invading the zeitgeist of Minnesota Timberwolves’ basketball fandom is that the team would be better off bringing Zach LaVine, arguably the most electric and least polarizing of the young ‘Big Three’, off the bench to fill a role similar to that of James Harden when he was […]

State of the Offense, Part 1: KAT and Sharing the Yarn

A look into Karl-Anthony Towns’ impressive post game, his passing, and the strengths and weaknesses of his young career.

With Tom Thibodeau, Apparently It’s Sink or Swim

To say this season hasn’t quite gone as planned for the Minnesota Timberwolves, at least from the fans’ perspective, would be a bit of an understatement. Touted by some in the national media to fulfill their destiny as the next iteration of the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Wolves currently find themselves with a record of […]

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 […]

Kings 109, Wolves 105: What We Have Here is a Failure to Communicate

The Minnesota Timberwolves fell to the Sacramento Kings 109-105 on Friday night in a game that could be described as anything but pretty. The referees sought to take control early in the game, calling 14 fouls in the first quarter (44 overall), including a technical foul on Wolves’ head coach Tom Thibodeau after two minutes […]

Timberwolves 92, Hawks 84: Once is Luck, Twice is a Streak

The Minnesota Timberwolves have won two games in a row and three of their last four after defeating the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday night by the score of 92-84. Despite their penchant for the opposite (at least prior to the last four games or so), the Wolves’ defense was strong against Atlanta, which resulted in the […]

Rockets 111, Wolves 109 (OT): What It Could Have Been

The Wolves had a 12 point lead with 2 minutes to go, and were playing one of their best games of the year. Then it disappeared.

Rumor Has It: Tiers For Theoretical Frontcourt Trade Targets

Brian Windhorst, on Tuesday’s episode of ESPN’s TrueHoop podcast, stated, “The word on the street is that the Wolves are starting to call around and looking to trade for frontcourt help.” Although Windhorst is widely connected within NBA circles, it should be emphasized that what he said is strictly a rumor, not a report, and […]

Knicks 118, Wolves 114: More of the Same

The Wolves fell 118-114 to the New York Knicks Friday night and, in many ways, the loss felt all too familiar. Much like in games previous, the Wolves dug themselves into an insurmountable hole due to coming out flat in one frame (Is the first quarter the new second quarter which was the old third […]