More than six years after the Timberwolves traded him to Boston for pennies on the dollar, Kevin Garnett will play what could be his last game at the arena he helped put on the NBA map.He's now 37 and in his 19th NBA season, and KG's numbers have declined precipitously during his first campaign with ... More >>
Kevin Garnett's reputation as a world-class trash-talker who likes to hit below the belt goes back to his days playing with the Timberwolves. To take one example, during a game against the Spurs on Mother's Day 1999, he reportedly barked "Happy Mother's Day, motherfucker!" to Tim Duncan, whose mom d ... More >>
Via WikipediaReal estate tycoonFormer Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett, currently trying to help his fellow Boston Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA finals, has sold his $3 million Orono mansion for $3 million. Let's hope whomever bought it has a "G" in their initials, becaus ... More >>
The Wolves lose 92-90. They tried real, real hard though.
A retrospective of Minnesota's most heartbreaking franchise
Timberwolves fans, please remember, if it's not too painful, last year's NBA Finals and the moment we could refer to as "The Great Ecstasy of Kevin Garnett." You might recall that, after handing out his due props and basically ignoring Michelle Tafoya except to complement her suit, he screamed, over ... More >>
We were again treated to a game that could have bored even the bubbly dance team to tears, yet some of the players showed up for their job last night. I did as well. By Stephen Litel
With each win that the Wolves notch from now until the end of the season, they find themselves close to losing their first round pick in the 2007 NBA Draft. By Stephen Litel
Timberwolves fans are split on the issue of fighting for a playoff berth or losing to secure a better draft pick. My take: Continuing to battle for the playoffs late into the season is key to Garnett staying put. By Stephen Litel
Garnett looked like a man on a mission, almost as if to say to his teammates "We're either going back to the playoffs or we're going down with me firing away." By Stephen Litel
My criticism of Coach Wittman recently has been that he has not put his players in a position to succeed, but on this night that is the criticism on Garnett. It may be difficult and odd to say it, but this loss is on Garnett. By Stephen Litel
1. No rest for the weary 2. Where was Foye? 3. Give credit where credit is due
Sooner or later, Kevin Garnett will leave Minnesota without a championship
1. Fill out this form in triplicate. Twice. 2. Half court freelancers. 3. A starter's penalty.
1.Two for the money 2. Sooner or later... 3. Slow train comin'
1. In good hands with KG 2. Go-go nexis 3. No Kandi
Disaster in Florida may mark the start of a gruesome January for the Wolves
1. Too many goats 2. Calling out McCants 3. Tough sledding this week
They might not be giants, but the 2005-'06 Timberwolves will be better than you think: An opening night FAQ
And, heresy of heresies: why not trade KG? Britt Robson's last regular-season Wolves column sums up the team's many failures; here he jousts with Steve Perry over an immodest proposal to consider a Kevin Garnett trade as part of the team's upcoming overhaul. Read their exchange here
It will take more than KG to beat the Kings
We used to be patient Wolves fans, but things have changed.
The future is now
The Wolves scramble to improve--and keep KG happy
Finally, a shot at breaking the streak
No matter what happens in the playoffs, KG is having a season for the ages
The Wolves may be merely average, but Kevin Garnett just keeps getting better
Foul shot hexes and the bunny hop butt slap
The NBA embraces a long-prohibited defensive style. The Timberwolves are poised to cash in.
Look forward to more of the same from your Minnesota Timberwolves: Mediocrity
Taking David Stern out of the picture wouldn't have brightened the Timberwolves' prospects much
Everything's going the Timberwolves' way. But is everything enough?
With no inside penetration, the Wolves go up and down
As the Wolves hide the holes in their lineup, the wins start to pile up.
The other billionaire owner's bid for a "glamour franchise."
Fresh from their first decent season and fronted by a pair of 21st-century superstars, the Timberwolves have gained the league's respect and the fans' enthusiasm. Now comes the hard part.
The Timberwolves--for years the lowliest franchise in professional sports--may see their way out of the wilderness at last. But not this year.