In light of the furor Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling generated with racist remarks he made during a recent phone conversation with his girlfriend (listen to the audio here), it's worth noting that the Minnesota Twins once had a racist owner as well.In 1978, Calvin Griffith, owner of the ... More >>
Excited to wear our new Adidas jersey tomorrow night. Come out to the @targetentermn to see them in person!! pic.twitter.com/WPR1INh6kj-- shabazz muhammad (@phenom15balla) November 27, 2013 One season after the Golden State Warriors became the first NBA team in modern history to wear sleeves, our&nb ... More >>
"Doughboy" makes for unlikely basketball star
Streak over, Kevin Love sits down.One of the few good narratives about the Timberwolves this season just got flushed down the drain. Kevin Love's consecutive double-double streak is over. The Golden State Warriors shut down his four-month, 53-game record and hammered the Wolves 100-77 on Sun ... More >>
NBA All-Star reserves named today.
Thanks to a 116-107 victory over your Wolves, Don Nelson now has more wins than any coach in NBA history.
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 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.
By "take two," I mean "win two basketball games." In a row! I'm serious!
This team might be cursed with foul luck and poor talent but at least Ryan Gomes knows what he's doing.
The Wolves fall hard against the Warriors. And things are only getting worse.
The Wolves muddle through a schizophrenic midweek.
Those teams are great at basketball; the Wolves, less so.
A retrospective of Minnesota's most heartbreaking franchise
The Wolves believe in life after Kevin Garnett
The Wolves played solidly in the first half and terribly thereafter against the Warriors Wednesday night. You know the outcome.
It seemed too easy for the Timberwolves. Win this game and hold the tiebreaker with both the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors for the eighth and final playoff spot. By Stephen Litel
1. Par For the Course 2. Naming Names 3. Wishful Rumor Mongering
1. Good enough to screw themselves? 2. Looking on the bright side 3. My Ricky Davis problem
1. Planning to lose 2. Sugar-coating 3. The Yeoman
1. Return of the 6-11 superstar. 2. Davis gets the minutes. 3. An Eddie Griffin sighting.
1. Stupid and Lazy 2. Honeymoon over for Dwane Casey 3. Opinions are like brains...everybody's got one
Quick hits on pro hoops beyond the Wolves
The Sweet and Sour Kandi Man
Despite KG's best efforts, it looks like another year, another one-and-out for the troubled Wolves. If they're lucky.
Get Wally out of the dog house and get him the rock
The Timberwolves--for years the lowliest franchise in professional sports--may see their way out of the wilderness at last. But not this year.