Sooner or later, Kevin Garnett will leave Minnesota without a championship
1. Leadership 2. A gentleman on the sidelines 3. Banks is da man...unless the roulette wheel changes again.
As we prepare to semi-root for another bunch of spoiled rich uniforms that will be gone and forgotten by this time next year, it's a good time to find out where some of our former Wolves heroes have ended up.
The first weekend of the NBA playoffs is more than half over and I still haven't put my virtual money or my mouth on the line as to who will advance past the first round. Thus, without getting into too many details (the round will be over if I start spouting; although I'll try to chime in here a few ... More >>
If Flip can coach the Wolves to a decisive win over Sacramento, what's his team doing losing to the Bulls?
After two roller-coaster games, the formula for success is obvious. Will the Wolves follow it?
We used to be patient Wolves fans, but things have changed.
Despite KG's best efforts, it looks like another year, another one-and-out for the troubled Wolves. If they're lucky.
Some props before the playoffs
Now more than ever, Wolves fans should savor KG
Taking David Stern out of the picture wouldn't have brightened the Timberwolves' prospects much
Will the real Bobby Jackson please stand up?
Terrell Brandon isn't a great fit for the team--but that doesn't mean the Wolves can't make the best of it
The T-Wolves may well land in the playoffs again, but 2000's still a rebuilding year
The Timberwolves have ratcheted up their game where it counts
This truncated season is a turning point in Timberwolves history
This year, even the patsies make Clem Haskins nervous.
Fans forget that college basketball, especially under Clem Haskins, is often defined by slow growth, not perpetual motion. Hopefully, Gophers center Miles Tarver will ignore them.