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 >>
The Timberwolves are struggling to know themselves; King James drops science.
Everything is strange and new.
By "take two," I mean "win two basketball games." In a row! I'm serious!
The Wolves are almost unwatchable but March Madness is still the beer pong of basketball.
The Wolves look relatively competitive in games against New York and Charlotte. More games against the Eastern Conference, please.
The Wiz deepen the Wolves' misery. Plus, Brian Cardinal brings the pain and the subtext.
The Wolves roused the faithful with a 104-79 drubbing of the Grizzlies. Playoffs anyone?
The Wolves lose in style.
The Timberwolves enter the vortex.
Those teams are great at basketball; the Wolves, less so.
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 >>
Are You Ready for the Jumping: A 2008/09 T-Wolves Intro
The Wolves somehow beat the Suns. Again. Al Jefferson schools and gets schooled. And, goodness, so much more.
The Blazers came to town, played OK, and won easily. Marko Jaric was sad. Brandon Roy reflected on almost being a T-Wolf.
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
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. Coffin Nails 2. Just two reliables 3. Bad stats
1. Did Somebody Say Inconsistent? 2. A Short Honeymoon for Marko? 3. The Yeoman
In dumping his second coach in 23 months, the Wolves' personnel VP hastens his own day of reckoning
1. Most Valuable Possessions 2. Witt's about him 3. TV timeout
As a man, Dwane Casey is a class act. As a coach, he was unable to make a mediocre team become something more.
1. Ricky's Rebellion 2. Garnett's Ejection 3. Hat's Off to Hassell and Foye
1) Goats with no backbones 2) This one's not on Casey 3) Do or Die Week?
1) No contest at the point 2) Pops takes it away 3) Second guessing
Dwane Casey tries to save the hapless Wolves—and his own job
1) The Declining Role of Kevin Garnett 2) More Griffin and less Avis 3) Silver linings
The Wolves owner speaks with brutal candor about Kevin McHale, Kevin Garnett, and the trials and failures of the past two seasons.