What was first reported last week became official yesterday: David Kahn is out as the Timberwolves' president of basketball operations after a mostly disappointing four years on the job.SEE ALSO: Kevin Garnett takes a shot at T-Wolves management, and who can blame him? Right around the same time the ... More >>
On Tuesday, the Timberwolves traded away the 18th overall selection in tonight's NBA draft to Houston for a relatively unheralded white guy named Chase Budinger.Some fans were critical of the trade, saying Wolves management would've been better off taking their chances with a mid first-round pick in ... More >>
With half-a-season in the net, a look at reasons for both hope and concern.
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At their current pace, the Wolves will win only two more game than last year.
A slow start portends the expected.
A new season opens for the 'Wolves and sixth straight losing campaign appears inevitable.
The Wolves gird for a massive off-season. Prepare to harness your hopes.
After leading by 16 points in the second half, the Timberwolves lose to the Pistons. Their painful season is finally over.
Thanks to a 116-107 victory over your Wolves, Don Nelson now has more wins than any coach in NBA history.
The Timberwolves beat the Sacramento Kings, 108-99, for their first win in over a month.
The Timberwolves show signs of life against Phoenix, but drop their record-tying 16th straight.
The Wolves are slashing ticket prices and filling seats. Unfortunately, they're also nearly unwatchable.
The Spanish teen dazzles in Barcelona. He still can't shoot though.
Kahn assures us that the young Spaniard is psyched about coming to Minnesota 18 months from now.
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.
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 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 bumble; Corey Brewer puzzles.
Did the Wolves just beat the Jazz again? It would appear that they did.
Chris Paul and the Hornets nip the Wolves, 97-96; Jonny Flynn gets his learn on.
The Wolves beat the Jazz, 108-101; Ryan Gomes has achieved total consciousness; Kevin Love returns.
The Wolves lose to Memphis, 97-95; Rudy Gay is a mystery wrapped in an enigma.
The Twin Cities dirty dozen we're thankful to see go away
The dirty dozen we're thankful to see go away.
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.
The Wolves lose 92-90. They tried real, real hard though.
The Timberwolves are struggling to know themselves; King James drops science.
Well, that was unexpected.
Everything is strange and new.
A former front-office guy in minor league baseball has assembled a database of more than 500 confirmed and validated Twitter accounts for pro and college athletes.
Kevin Love has not sent a tweet in like, two weeks? WTTweet?
Our basketball Jonas is all about the money. Solution? Root for J-Flynn!
Sorry, Wolves fans. Best case: you'll have to wait two seaons to see the teen phenom in a Timberwolves uniform.
The former Lakers assistant coach takes the reigns of an inexperienced--yet potentially exciting--Wolves team.
The Wolves send Mark Madsen, Sebastian Telfair, and Craig Smith to Clippers in exchange for the brawny swingman. Plus: Kevin Love tweets about trade, doesn't sound too happy.