Join the fevered pitchThe Beautiful Game is about to draw a worldwide audience the likes of which the NFL can only fantasize about: Thirty-two teams, including the U.S. national squad, converging on South Africa for the 2010 World Cup. (Video after the jump.) You could stay at home and catch ... More >>
The Buck Stops Here One moment you're calmly draining a pint at and watching the Milwaukee Bucks basketball game at a neighborhood pub--the next, two deer come crashing through the glass doors and stampede through the place. That's what happened yesterday in Menomonie, as reported by the AP:
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 Nuggets sail past the Wolves. Frustration sets in.
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 Vikings and the Saints are well-matched in talent, and empathy.
The Wolves win won at home, then lose one in Chicago. Plus, did David Kahn try to trade Al Jefferson?
The Wolves win back-to-back games. I'm serious.
The Wolves bumble; Corey Brewer puzzles.
It'll be a long time before the sting of these deaths fades.
The local stories of the Aughts that made us saddest.
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 Rockets extend the T-Wolves losing streak to 11. No fun.
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 fleeting joy in Mudville
Or at least, Kevin Love thinks so...
Wolves fans have suffered enough. Take heart though: the playoffs are coming. And the playoffs are really awesome.
The Wolves are almost unwatchable but March Madness is still the beer pong of basketball.
The Wolves lose to San Antonio and New Orleans on consecutive nights. But Kevin Love and Sebastian Telfair ain't shy.
The Wolves look relatively competitive in games against New York and Charlotte. More games against the Eastern Conference, please.
If you like Crunch then you better put a ring on him...
The Wolves roused the faithful with a 104-79 drubbing of the Grizzlies. Playoffs anyone?
The Wolves fall hard against the Warriors. And things are only getting worse.
How far away are we from running naked through the streets and flipping cars? A look at our sporting chances to stand atop an athletic zenith.
The Timberwolves enter the vortex.
Wolves get no love. Seriously... this hurts.
The Wolves muddle through a schizophrenic midweek.
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 >>