Seven weeks ago the Minnesota Timberwolves were one of the worst teams in pro basketball. Today they're one of the best. How does a ballclub post a 7-13 mark in its first 20 games, only to reverse itself with a remarkable 16-4 run in its next 20--against superior competition? The simplest and most obvious explanation is that the Wolves have put together the best passing offense in the NBA. Even with the team's early-season doldrums, by last week Minnesota had racked up the most assists and fewest turnovers of any team in the league, generating an incredibly efficient ratio of nearly two assists... More >>>