Sure, it's not quite on the level of the Vikings All-Arrested team we wrote about a few years ago, but following Dante Cunningham's arrests (the plural is not a typo), the Minnesota Timberwolves can now go eight deep with a squad made up exclusively of players who landed in the crime blotter while p ... More >>
During a recent road trip to Phoenix, the Miami Heat took a great from practice so Dwayne Wade could film LeBron James throwing down this sick dunk:
People love to hate on LeBron James for the way he left Cleveland and for being arrogant, but there's actually a lot of evidence he's a cool guy. SEE ALSO: Wolves take swipe at LeBron's Harlem Shake video... with a baseball bat For instance, consider this story a self-proclaimed Minnesota fan poste ... More >>
With 10 seconds left in last night's season opening tilt, sure it looked like the hometown Timberwolves were headed for a disappointing defeat.After leading for basically the entire game, the T-Wolves let a team widely expected to be one of the worst in the NBA -- the Orlando Magic -- surge past the ... More >>
-- Original post published Friday afternoon; update at bottom -- Sure, you have to take everything "The Common Man" Dan Cole says during his KFAN show with a grain of salt, but his sources when it comes to University of Minnesota men's basketball have been solid.SEE ALSO: DFL Rep. Gene Pelowski: Tub ... More >>
Last night's competitive contest between the Timberwolves and the defending NBA champions was ruined in the fourth quarter by horrendous officiating.SEE ALSO: A.J. Pierzynski calls Nick Blackburn a "piece of shit" [VIDEO] J.J. Barea was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul for bumping the Miami Heat's Ray All ... More >>
Last week, the defending NBA champion Miami Heat released an official team Harlem Shake video, complete with a crown-adorned and shirtless LeBron James busting some moves.SEE ALSO: Minnesota does the Harlem Shake: The ten best local Harlem Shake videos on YouTube The video has been viewed more than ... More >>
Ricky Rubio is back from his ACL injury and is doing his best Adrian Peterson impression.SEE ALSO: Ricky Rubio puts backyard wrestling career on hold, returns to practiceOkay, so Rubio hasn't been as impressive as All Day, but who could be? Nonetheless, just two games in, Ricky has already demonstra ... More >>
When Minnesota Wild management did their best Miami Heat impersonation and signed free agents Zach Parise and Ryan Suter to identical 13-year, $98-million contracts last week, the franchise immediately became relevant for the first time in nearly a decade.After years of neglecting them, we here at C ... More >>
This week, we're profiling Paul Berglund, executive chef of The Bachelor Farmer. In part 1 of the series, we learned about his childhood in St. Louis, his introduction to the exciting flavors of Spain, and his career in the U.S. Navy. When it came time for him to leave the military, he began consi ... More >>
Derrick Williams is looking at the NBA lockout -- and a map of Europe.Derrick Williams, the Timberwolves' high-flying, high-scoring No. 2 pick in last year's NBA draft, might not stick around to wait for the basketball lockout to end.In an interview with a site that follows the University of Ariz ... More >>
Michael Beasley, living up to dreadlock stereotypes. Looks like Michael Beasley's long love affair with weed is not over yet. Beasley was pulled over for speeding at around 3 a.m. on June 26. When police searched his vehicle they found a little more than a half-ounce of dope under the driver's se ... More >>
druminhands/flickrIf you're going to have the worst record in the American League wrapped around your neck, you may as well take the edge off by having playing in America's Best Sports Facility. And as humbled as the Twins must surely be by having their home base named with such an honor, t ... More >>
Beasley is coming to a T.C. golf course near you.
The Orlando center is coming on strong.
The Wolves' assistant explains his approach.
Friends say Mike is a playful kid at heart
A new season opens for the 'Wolves and sixth straight losing campaign appears inevitable.
Photos by Peter Michael MillerGreensboro, North Carolina was tubular. There are nice folks, a nice joint called the green bean, and home to some youngster blue grass musicians that make me embarrassed to pick up a guitar ever again.
The Wolves keep losing but we refuse to despair.
The Wolves look relatively competitive in games against New York and Charlotte. More games against the Eastern Conference, please.
The Wolves muddle through a schizophrenic midweek.
Showing signs of life, the Wolves beat the high-flying Phoenix Suns. Also, Shawn Marion warns us not to mess with Illinois.
The rebounding battle was the telling stat in this game. When Eddie Jones pulls down the same amount of rebounds as Kevin Garnett, the Timberwolves are not going to win.
1.The Randy Wittman Show 2. A Toasted Superstar 3. A Sprained Dog and Who Wants to Start at the Point?
1. Par For the Course 2. Naming Names 3. Wishful Rumor Mongering
1) 3 Remains the Charm 2) Losing James 3) Bracey Wright stakes his claim
Analyzing X factors and theories of relativity as the most enjoyable NBA postseason in a decade reaches its climax.
1. No substitute for watching 2. Veteran bench steps up. 3. Billups and Billups and Hamilton, oh my
Analysis and predictions on the Heat-Pistons series which begins tonight.
The Rookie of the Year and the Pistons first-round triumph are slam dunks. But who's the MVP and can the Clips clip the Nugs?
1. Praise for Davis and for boxing out. 2. KG crunch time foul line = victory. 3. Liking McCants
1. Casey passes gut-check 2. Marko Jaric resurrects his intensity 3.Kandi as enforcer off the bench
1. Too many goats 2. Calling out McCants 3. Tough sledding this week
1. Sorry Point Guards 2. A tired Kandi. 3. In search of a Number 2 scorer.
1. KG's comments. 2. Smith and Barkley's comments. 3. Reader feedback.
As we prepare to semi-root for another bunch of spoiled rich uniforms that will be gone and forgotten by this time next year, it's a good time to find out where some of our former Wolves heroes have ended up.
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 >>