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.
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 […]
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 […]
The Grizzlies, in a throwback to the supposedly bygone days of Grit and Grind basketball, brutalized the Wolves 93-71 Saturday night, controlling the game from the opening tip. Although the game was neck and neck through the first half, Memphis dictated the flow of the game; the Grizzlies wore the Wolves down on both sides […]
Ever since breaking into the league in September 2014, Andrew Wiggins has been a reliable force on offense. He can harass opposing team’s defense in a plethora of ways. The combination of his bouncy, sinewy athleticism and tendency to throw defenders out of position results in him getting to the foul line in myriad ways, […]
Let’s cut right to the chase: the Minnesota Timberwolves shellacked the Memphis Grizzlies during Tuesday night’s home opener to the tune of 116-80. After a slow, not-exactly-pretty first five minutes, which saw the lead undulate between the two teams, the Wolves pulled ahead 14-12 off of a Kris Dunn three-pointer and the team never trailed […]
Many have tossed out reasons as to why the Wolves have ultimately lost the first two games of this sapling season – “Tom Thibodeau doesn’t have this team prepared”, “The Wolves are just destined to be terrible” – but the most prevalent reason is also its most obvious: the Wolves have struggled to do “the little things.”
How close are the Wolves to having their own D-League affiliate?
We often hear of players focusing on improving their game during the long, hot days of summer, spending an inordinate amount of time in gyms scattered across the nation or even the world. Many of these players are putting in the time in an attempt to hone their talent in the hopes that one day […]
The General Managers voted on what they expect from this season, and the Wolves fared well.