The Wolves believe in life after Kevin Garnett
The Blazers came to town, played OK, and won easily. Marko Jaric was sad. Brandon Roy reflected on almost being a T-Wolf.
The Wolves scored 131 points to stun the Pacers, and it wasn't a video game or a dream or anything.
The Wolves played solidly in the first half and terribly thereafter against the Warriors Wednesday night. You know the outcome.
Showing signs of life, the Wolves beat the high-flying Phoenix Suns. Also, Shawn Marion warns us not to mess with Illinois.
LeBron James excels, Rashad McCants doesn't, and Gerald Green(!) emerges. Oh, and the Wolves lose, 96-87, falling to 1-8 on the season.