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An Airing of Grievances

In accordance to the traditions of last month’s “festivus for the rest of us” I have written an airing of grievances against my beloved Timberwolves. Let’s just say that I’m breaking into new territory into the land of a frustrated critic. I’ve endured, and managed to enjoy too much bad Timberwolves basketball. For years they’ve been stuck […]

Painful Reality: Tanking is Probably Best Move For Wolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves have been defeated in 19 of their last 20 games. For math wizards, this is pretty close to losing 25% of the season in one fell swoop. Other than a terrific and exciting game on Wednesday vs. the Phoenix Suns, the Wolves have been exceedingly difficult to watch for a myriad of […]

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Flip Saunders’ Illness A Blessing In Disguise

It was the same sombre tune for the Minnesota Timberwolves as they lost to the Denver Nuggets but the mournful conductor was missing for the team’s 12th successive defeat. Timberwolves manager Flip Saunders, who was apparently struck down by a fever, was not present and it was instead Minnesota legend Sam Mitchell who stepped in. Sadly, […]

Top three most expensive games remaining for Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves have not had an easy go of things in 2014. They finished the calendar year with a 5-25 record in their first 30 games, enough to put them in the bottom of the league. Nonetheless, perhaps 2015 will be an improvement upon this season. It will also be an opportunity for the […]

T’Wolves have tough challenge ahead of them in Golden State

The Minnesota Timberwolves (4-13) claimed the unwanted title of being the first team to lose to the previously winless Philadelphia 76ers at home on Wednesday. They will have to get over that deflating loss when they host the Golden State Warriors (15-2) at the Target Center in Minneapolis on Monday night. Golden State’s Stephen Curry comes into the matchup […]

Is the Future as Bright as We Think? Discussing Current Concerns

Many have covered the embarrassing pair of defeats from this past weekend, capping off a horrific road trip that quite possibly could not have gone any worse for a multitude of reasons. After a 2-2 start that rose expectations to unhealthy levels, the following transpired: Ricky Rubio injured his foot and is out, potentially, until […]

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Flip vs. McHale in Mexico

A bloodbath is imminent. For those of you talking yourself into Flip’s antiquated offense, tonight will be the worst possible juxtaposition to support your theories. 1st to worst in 3 point attempts, with a difference of nearly 19 3 attempts per game (32.9 HOU vs. 14.2 MIN), and a much more palatable 3rd to 11th […]

Brutality

I had hoped that my first post of this season would be about a more positive subject, but last nights developments suggest a very negative turn. The Twolves came into Orlando looking confident and strong after an impressive final six minutes against Brooklyn. In Brooklyn we saw a Wolves team that rose to the occasion, […]

Pelicans, Lakers highlight cheapest and priciest games of the month

The Minnesota Timberwolves lost Kevin Love via trade this past summer, but that shouldn’t take any of their value away in the eyes of fans. Instead, fans should get to see their team at a discount, while watching some exciting talent develop along the way. Ricky Rubio and Nikola Pekovic are already in place to […]

Games 5+6: Wolves in Florida

This has to be a quick one, so I will sum up a few things to watch for in bullet/dash form while the Wolves spend the next couple of days in Florida. -Pek vs. Vucevic. The Nikolas have had their ups and downs to start the season but Vucevic has generally been a destructive force, […]

Game 4: Flip vs. KG and the Nyets

The gauntlet begins tonight, a 6 game road trip starting in Brooklyn and moving all across the Atlantic side of the continent, including to Mexico, and ending with a SEGABABA in Dallas, the town in which I currently reside and a game I will attend. It will be a very difficult stretch that could make […]

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Game 2: Pistons @ Wolves

Game two for the Wolves occurs in a comfortable setting at Target Center, and hopefully the stands will be packed and the energy level high. Last night was a toughie but a goodie. The highlight was easily the 2nd half bench stint which featured some outstanding minutes from Shabazz Muhammad, Gorgui Dieng, Anthony Bennett and […]

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2014-2015 Season Opener: Wolves @ Grizzlies

It is officially official, we can now watch the Wolves in live, actual, crystal clear HDTV instead of grainy 1995 jumbo-tron/radio web links, complete with virus-laden car insurance ads shouting into your speakers at unpredictable times. We can now pause and rewind plays while anticipating what opposing teams’ announcers will laud the Wolves for now […]

Join the TwolvesBlog NBA Survivor League!

The NBA Regular Season starts tomorrow, so what better way to follow along with the action than to join our not-famous-at-all NBA Survivor League?! In advance before getting excited: this is a cash prize affair. The cost to enter is $50 and 100% of the buy-ins will be distributed to the top ranking players at […]

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