Tonight, Kevin Garnett plays in Minneapolis for what may be the final time.The man who made NBA basketball relevant in Minnesota will soon be 36 and is in his 16th NBA season. With averages of 15.6 points and 8.1 rebounds per game, KG's production is still solid, but nagging leg injuries have rob ... More >>
Everything is strange and new.
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.
Steroids vs. Torture: Or why Jose Canseco needs to talk like Dick Cheney.
The Wiz deepen the Wolves' misery. Plus, Brian Cardinal brings the pain and the subtext.
Hundreds of conservatives gather at the Sheraton to witness a miracle; McCain, smells like a corpse, ... More >>
Tim Duncan stands up the Minneapolis media, Bruce Bowen ducks a question about Mark Madsen, and Brent Barry talks fantasy basketball. Oh, and the Wolves keep losing.
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.
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. A Smart Rotation 2.A Rare Reason to Like the Future 3. James Emerges, Blount Pouts, Both Contribute
1. James and Foye and Jaric, oh my 2. And the Paint was as Bad as the Point 3. Quick hits
1. Did Somebody Say Inconsistent? 2. A Short Honeymoon for Marko? 3. The Yeoman
1. Most Valuable Possessions 2. Witt's about him 3. TV timeout
1. Point guard woes 2. Good explosives from Ricky Davis 3. Good timing for a returning McCants
1. Ricky's Rebellion 2. Garnett's Ejection 3. Hat's Off to Hassell and Foye
1. A look into the funhouse mirror. 2. Missing persons report. 3. A defensive shutout. By David Brauer
1. The rotation is so close to being complete 2. The focus is just not there 3. Going way out on a limb By Stephen Litel
If you thought the 2005-06 Minnesota Timberwolves couldn't sink any lower, well, the franchise saved the worst for last in tonight's game, purposefully losing to the Memphis Grizzlies in order to secure a draft pick rather than risk having it sent to Los Angeles because of the ineptitude of their br ... More >>
1. In good hands with KG 2. Go-go nexis 3. No Kandi
1. Another flash of McCants 2.Lessons from the first meeting 3.Big man substitution patterns
1. No boards. 2. The Adventures of Marko Jaric. 3. Attention! McCants is Outdefending Wally
They might not be giants, but the 2005-'06 Timberwolves will be better than you think: An opening night FAQ
Now that their last chance at a playoff berth is mercifully gone, it's time to pass out the grades for this year's Timberwolves--and boy, are their moms gonna be mad
The '05 Wolves' biggest letdown artist isn't Latrell Sprewell
And a reckless proposal to further shake up the Wolves
Everybody thought the Wolves would contend for an NBA crown this year, and some picked them to win it. Not anymore: how egos and contracts turned one of the league's highest-paid teams into middle-of-the-pack underachievers.
One proposal for turning around the Wolves season
With Michael Olowokandi seeming stunned, newcomer Eddie Griffin steps front and center
Will a healthy Wolves roster take the team forward or backward?
The Wolves turned over game four. Can Sacramento steal this series with only seven men?
After two roller-coaster games, the formula for success is obvious. Will the Wolves follow it?
Is Flip Saunders coaching the Wolves into a premature summer vacation?
Bold coaching helps the Wolves eliminate the Nuggets
Will an injury-free roster make the wolves better?
The Wolves find a groove
Another injury has the suddenly undersized Timberwolves looking up at their Western Conference rivals
Why Fred Hoiberg is so valuable to the Timberwolves
Banged-up team meets brutal schedule
The Wolves' shaky start is nothing to fret about. Yet, anyway.
The future is now
It's the Lakers...