Nick VlcekBig Al Jefferson owes Eric Lero.When we put Al Jefferson on our cover a few years ago, he was Franschise 2.0. We loved him so much we once named him Best Timberwolves Player. Now, it sounds like he was actually playing Scrooge.
The Wolves keep losing but we refuse to despair.
Jefferson was suspended for two games, apologized to his teammates and swore he'd never drink and drive again.
Al Jefferson, take note.
Despite the enigmatic Serb's rousing debut, the Thunder overpower our Wolves, 109-107.
Ruminations on the T-Wolves season as the All-Star Game looms.
The Wolves play valiantly, but the Thunder are miles ahead.
The Wolves win won at home, then lose one in Chicago. Plus, did David Kahn try to trade Al Jefferson?
The Wolves GM says he never proposed a deal with the Pacers.
The Wolves go down again; the big man is hurting (on the inside).
The Rockets extend the T-Wolves losing streak to 11. No fun.
The Wolves lose to Portland, 107-84. We all search for glimmers of hope.
The T-Wolves get bloody. Plus, Antoine Walker is broke and Lebron James could be king of this chilly little town.
Well, that was unexpected.
The Wolves continue to lose. Don't worry though, the nightly spectacle at the Target Center is bound to distract you.
The Wolves fall hard against the Warriors. And things are only getting worse.
The Wolves lose in style.
The Timberwolves enter the vortex.
Wolves get no love. Seriously... this hurts.
Those teams are great at basketball; the Wolves, less so.
Lady All-Star is a fickle maiden.
A retrospective of Minnesota's most heartbreaking franchise
The Wolves believe in life after Kevin Garnett
Can you hear it? That chanting sound? "Yes. We. Can. Yes. We. Can." Barack Obama? No, silly-he hasn't been at the Target Center since Saturday. It's the Timberwolves, who absorbed their most inspiring loss of the season on Monday.
The Wolves somehow beat the Suns. Again. Al Jefferson schools and gets schooled. And, goodness, so much more.
The Wolves scored 131 points to stun the Pacers, and it wasn't a video game or a dream or anything.
Showing signs of life, the Wolves beat the high-flying Phoenix Suns. Also, Shawn Marion warns us not to mess with Illinois.