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All-Star Weekend T-Wolves News & Notes


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(Get your tickets above if you are lucky enough to go to the game!)

 

For the very casual and uninformed, K-Love is in the All-Star Game Sunday night, while our rookie Wesley Johnson will participate in the Rookie-Sophomore game tonight.

Yesterday Jerry Zgoda hosted a TWolves live chat review from yesterday HERE.  You can read a transcript of the entire chat if you so choose.  TWolves Blog was nicely represented by questions that made it into the chat.

And of course, check out all the Wolves/NBA discussion, Trade Deadline happenings, game analysis, Wolves news, updates, , and much more in the TWolves Blog Forums.

If you missed Wally World’s hugely polarizing discussion piece, “In Kahn We Can No Longer Trust”, make sure to check it out!

If you had any optimism left about this team, you won’t after reading today’s article by Jim Souhan: T-Wolves Have Found A New Level That’s Below Rock Bottom.

 

And two stories of interest…

Former St. Paul Johnson Player Dunking Phenom Story‏

I recall telling you about a dunk contest held at Harriet Island last summer. The winner of that event, former St. Paul Johnson player and St. Paul native, Terry Cournoyea, is going to be judged by LeBron James in the finals of the Sprite Slam Dunk Showdown next Friday (2/18) in Los Angeles as part of NBA All-Star weekend. He had to win the Taste of MN tour stop and then beat out the rest of the semi-finalists via an online vote on www.nba.com/dunk to become a finalist.

He played in the 2004 MN state tournament and is now widely considered one of the best – if not the best – dunkers in the world by street ball circles nationwide. You can see highlights from his Fourth of July win HERE.  You can also read about the finals that he will be competing in HERE.

Kevin Love in GQ Magazine‏

GQ blogger and T’Wolves big man KEVIN LOVE named as one of Five Best NBA Players Under 25 by the magazine, with help from NBA greats like Charles Barkley, Moses Malone, and Reggie Miller.

To read the full list and 26 other reasons why GQ is calling this the greatest NBA season in decades, please visit GQ.com!

Top 5 Players Under Age 25

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