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Wolves Sign Guard Melo Trimble to Non-Guaranteed Deal

The Minnesota Timberwolves signed former University of Maryland Terrapin guard Melo Trimble to a non-guaranteed deal Tuesday afternoon; the exact terms of the contract have not yet been disclosed. Trimble went unselected in the 2017 draft after three years in College Park. Trimble burst onto the scene as a freshman, garnering Second-Team All-American honors from Sporting […]

Kevin Garnett was Traded to the Boston Celtics 10 Years Ago Today

Ten years ago, an era in Timberwolves basketball ended.

The Long Two Episode 5: Canis Hoopus Drew Mahowald

In today’s episode, I’m joined by Drew Mahowald of Canis Hoopus to discuss the Kyrie Irving rumors as well as the Wolves’ offseason acquisitions. There is a slight echo that starts towards the middle of the pod, but hopefully it’s not too distracting. Drew can be followed at @DrewMahowald. Hope you enjoy!

Wolves Sign Anthony Brown to a Two-Way Contract

The Minnesota Timberwolves signed former Stanford Cardnial wing Anthony Brown to a one-year two-way contract Tuesday morning, the first of two possible two-way contracts to be filled. The 24-year-old Brown was selected 34th overall in the 2015 draft by the Los Angeles Lakers and has spent time with the New Orleans Pelicans and Orlando Magic as well. Brown possesses good size at 6’7″ and 211 […]

On Nikola Pekovic’s Injury History

With Summer League and the exciting portion of free agency behind us, I figured now would be as good a time as any to dive into the injury history of one of Timberwolves’ fans most beloved players: Nikola Pekovic. Pekovic’s history is extensive and complex and I attempt to highlight just that. Built like the […]

From Rubio to Teague: A Transition of Responsibility

Moving on from a fan favorite like Ricky Rubio can be tough. What do the Wolves have in Jeff Teague?

SummerDubs 77, SummerWolves 69: Summer (League) Has (Essentially) Come and Past

Let’s just rip the Band-Aid off quickly: the dream of the Minnesota Timberwolves winning an NBA title* is dead. (*It’s only Summer League, but technically it still would’ve been a league title.) In what can only be described as an upset of microscopic proportions, the 11th seeded SummerWolves fell to the 22nd seeded Golden State […]

The C.J. Miles-OKC Pick Conundrum

Ever since the beginning of the free agency period last Saturday, one wing’s name has arisen time and time again by Wolves’ fans and writers alike: C.J. Miles. Miles, the former Indiana Pacer who would be the square peg to the Wolves’ square holes, is a dynamic three-point shooter and valuable defender who can switch […]

Of Timberwolves and Timelines

  This was the summer that the Minnesota Timberwolves were supposed to strike. With Andrew Wiggins, Karl-Anthony Towns, and new face of the franchise Jimmy Butler all due to receive maximum salary contracts in the coming summers, it only made sense; Tom Thibodeau and Scott Layden wouldn’t exactly have much cap space to work with […]

Breaking: Ricky Rubio Traded to the Utah Jazz

Well. It finally, actually happened. The Minnesota Timberwolves have traded point guard Ricky Rubio to the Utah Jazz in exchange for a 2018 first round pick (the pick was originally sent to the Jazz by the Oklahoma City Thunder and is top 14 protected; if it doesn’t convey by 2020 it turns into 2020 and […]