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A Few Intriguing Potential Wolves Lineups

The NBA season is fast approaching and, with the Wolves’ roster nearly cemented and training camp just right around the corner, I figured now would be as good a time as ever to take a look at a few intriguing potential lineups. I emphasize “potential” because, although some have a higher likelihood to appear consistently […]

On Nemanja Bjelica and Justin Patton’s Foot Injuries

The Minnesota Timberwolves had a pretty healthy 2016-17 season all things considered. Nikola Pekovic missed the entire season due to recurring ankle pain and Zach LaVine tore his ACL on a freak play in early February, but perhaps the most under-discussed (and now the most important since Pekovic retired and LaVine was traded) injury is […]

Timberwolves Sign Taj Gibson: What It Means, What It Doesn’t

The Wolves have added a power forward to bolster their core of bigs. BUT WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?

2016-17 Roster Review: Nemanja Bjelica

Nemanja Bjelica had a rather peculiar season. The unassuming Serbian found himself careening between virtually unplayable and integral for the team’s success all season, with brief stops at nearly every stage in between. Inconsistency has defined Bjelica’s first two seasons in the NBA, something all inexperienced players are prone to, but most have the advantage […]

2016-17 Roster Review: The Temps

A recap of the contributions of John Lucas III, Lance Stephenson, and Omri Casspi.

Bjelica Done for the Year: What next?

Yesterday afternoon, the Timberwolves announced that Nemanja Bjelica will miss the remainder of the season due to a foot injury suffered in Wednesday’s loss to the Boston Celtics. The press release was short on details except to say that he underwent an MRI of his foot and he will be consulting with specialists to determine […]

Timberwolves 3rd Quarter Report Card

The Timberwolves are now 61 games into the season. What does that mean? It means it’s time for another quarterly report, the third of the 2016-17 season. That’s what time it is.

2016-17 Midway Point: Checking how accurate the preseason Hot Wolves Takes were (there’s so much blood)

I wouldn’t say these were the most prescient predictions ever made.

Mavericks 98, Timberwolves 87: Laying an egg on a bench

Well that was a real turd.

As the Wolves attempt to transition into a winner, their transition game has fallen behind

The Wolves are sloppy and too old school in their transition attack.