People love to hate on LeBron James for the way he left Cleveland and for being arrogant, but there's actually a lot of evidence he's a cool guy. SEE ALSO: Wolves take swipe at LeBron's Harlem Shake video... with a baseball bat For instance, consider this story a self-proclaimed Minnesota fan poste ... More >>
Young JeezyEpic, MinneapolisFriday, December 7, 2012Like some cruel joke from mother nature, how ironic was that we had our first major snowfall the same night the so-called "Snowman," also known as Young Jeezy, stepped foot into town.Young Jeezy (or just Jeezy) has been one of the South's biggest r ... More >>
By Justin BakerI have spent almost a decade goofing on my former boss and his Bruce Springsteen superfandom. As my adult music appreciation has grown, the issue has become amplified, and I've unfairly been branded a youth hipster and a full-blown cynic.So began my ex-employer's quest to engineer ... More >>
It's not exactly LeBron jilting Cleveland for the pleasures of South Beach, but today Don Shelby made a decision of his own. Starting next month, the longtime WCCO TV news anchor will anchor BringMeTheNews' drive-time newscasts between 6 and 9 a.m.Shelby, 64, will also develop original content wi ... More >>
We can't afford to buy tickets to this beautiful building.It's bad enough all of Minnesota's sports teams stink. Now, it turns out we can't even afford them.Minneapolis-St. Paul is about $40 billion too poor to host four professional teams, according to a new study by the Business Journal. That d ... More >>
Mr. Double-Double gets the shaft.
With half-a-season in the net, a look at reasons for both hope and concern.
The local hardwood has turned especially soft in recent weeks.
A history of NBA glass.
FantagraphicsHarvey Pekar, the iconic autobiographical comics writer, died today.In a week highlighted by LeBron James's decision to leave Cleveland, the Rust Belt also lost its bard: Harvey Pekar, the writer of the long-running, autobiographical American Splendor comic, died today at the age of ... More >>
After a heartbreaking home loss to the Hornets, the Wolves sink back into some old familiar territory. The Bucks, Knicks and Cavs all sink the Wolves by double-digits.
The Vikings and the Saints are well-matched in talent, and empathy.
The Timberwolves are struggling to know themselves; King James drops science.
Hey, maybe Mike Miller should have been shooting like this all year.
If you like Crunch then you better put a ring on him...
In an otherwise disastrous season for the Wolves, Trenton Hassell is quietly having a career year
Marko Jaric needs to grow into his new job, fast
Quick hits on pro hoops beyond the Wolves
Best thing about the Wolves' season: It's almost over
Can the Wolves overcome their underachieving ways?
In Trece Lunas' latest show, the revolution will not be organized
Banged-up team meets brutal schedule
Despite KG's best efforts, it looks like another year, another one-and-out for the troubled Wolves. If they're lucky.
What the Wolves could and should do to improve
Some props before the playoffs
Wally Szczerbiak is not getting "frozen out" of the Wolves' offense
What's wrong with the Wolves?
Will the real Bobby Jackson please stand up?
Coach Flip Saunders and the Timberwolves' turnaround
Marbury's physical panache, seething determination, and craving of responsibility have set a standard for his performance that no mere braggadocio could establish.
Why sports teams get away with blackmailing cities.
A look at the coming battle over public financing for a baseball-only park, and an immodest proposal.