Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins, and Shabazz Muhammad scored 18 apiece as the Wolves ran away from the Nuggets in Lincoln, NE.
Examining how the Wolves’ cadre of wings – Wiggins, LaVine, Muhammad and Rush – will perform in 2016-17.
About a year ago, I had a chance to sit down and talk with statistician and Yale professor Edward Tufte. If you haven’t checked out Tufte’s incredible books on information design, do so now — they are not to be missed in this day and age, when so much information is being presented to us […]
Our roster review continues with the enigmatic Shabazz Muhammad.
“It’s not that you finish the race. It’s how you finish the race.” – Wolves locker room whiteboard.
Just a couple of fun plays the Wolves are executing with Karl-Anthony Towns as the roaming big man.
What’s it going to look like when Karl-Anthony Towns doesn’t feel like he played like crap?
If Shabazz Muhammad’s game were a mixtape, I’d be burning copies for all of my friends and insisting, wide-eyed and forceful, “No, you NEED to give this a listen. It’s quirky and intense, but it’s beautiful. You’ll love it.”
Believe it or not, there was more to last night’s victory than just highlight dunks, though I’d argue those were the real stories, because hot damn, they were fun.
Ricky Rubio sitting out, Zach LaVine as a point guard, going under screens, and hypnic jerks? It’s a Wolves’ “game recap.”