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 >>
WikipediaRambis took a bad situation and made it worse.Like a wounded deer limping around the forest, Kurt Rambis was finally put out of his misery -- appropriately, by Timberwolves.The T-Wolves fired Rambis this morning, ending his reign at the helm of one of the league's worst teams. "I want t ... More >>
Before basketball, a dental career was his future.
A slow start portends the expected.
The Wolves win won at home, then lose one in Chicago. Plus, did David Kahn try to trade Al Jefferson?
Well, that was unexpected.
The Timberwolves' front office is reportedly close to reaching a deal to make the ex-Laker the team's latest head coach. Meaning Rambis would replace Kevin McHale. Speaking of Rambis and McHale, anyone remember the 1984 Finals?
Or at least, Kevin Love thinks so...
Mama here comes that man! (Maybe).
The Wolves fall hard against the Warriors. And things are only getting worse.
The Wolves lose in style.
Wolves get no love. Seriously... this hurts.
The Wolves muddle through a schizophrenic midweek.
Surely, there was a part of Kevin Garnett wondering why Glen Taylor enjoys watching his talent wasted on teammates who either are not talented enough or have the talent, but not the heart. By Stephen Litel
1. Did Somebody Say Inconsistent? 2. A Short Honeymoon for Marko? 3. The Yeoman
Dwane Casey tries to save the hapless Wolves—and his own job
On Wednesday--that's tomorrow night for online readers--the CP cover story will be Britt Robson's pre-season interview with the remarkably candid Glen Taylor. Here's a short excerpt, on the subject of last year's trade of Wally Szczerbiak to Boston. City Pages: What about the deal with Boston? ... More >>
1. Garnett on the pine 2.Eddie Griffin's step backward 3. A couple of gamers
1. Perfect timing 2.Hassell, McCants and Banks should get the minutes 3. A quick little kudo to Justin Reed
Neanderthals floating to Europe, Rosario Dawson launches comic book miniseries, the Goonies circa 2006, the retire Pat Robertson petition, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
They might not be giants, but the 2005-'06 Timberwolves will be better than you think: An opening night FAQ
The Wolves, with little to lose, may go for broke
How can a coach promise high hopes and low expectations at the same time?
The first weekend of the NBA playoffs is more than half over and I still haven't put my virtual money or my mouth on the line as to who will advance past the first round. Thus, without getting into too many details (the round will be over if I start spouting; although I'll try to chime in here a few ... More >>
Arrrr, mateys: can't we all just get along?
When you've got swagger, you look like a winner. When you don't, you look like the Wolves.
Time for Wolves management to be bold--again
Banged-up team meets brutal schedule
Maybe the Timberwolves can get closer to the promised land. Maybe.
Risks, rewards, and the future of the Wolves
The Wolves show signs of tenacity
Meet Wolves center Loren Woods: King of Pout
Coach Flip Saunders and the Timberwolves' turnaround
Everything's going the Timberwolves' way. But is everything enough?
The T-Wolves may well land in the playoffs again, but 2000's still a rebuilding year
The flaws of the Marbury-less Wolves are becoming more and more evident, especially in the paint
With that pesky lockout behind them, the Timberwolves get down to business
The lone original Timberwolf prepares to clean up and ship out.