After leading by 16 points in the second half, the Timberwolves lose to the Pistons. Their painful season is finally over.
The Timberwolves show signs of life against Phoenix, but drop their record-tying 16th straight.
The Wolves are slashing ticket prices and filling seats. Unfortunately, they're also nearly unwatchable.
Despite the enigmatic Serb's rousing debut, the Thunder overpower our Wolves, 109-107.
The Wolves play valiantly, but the Thunder are miles ahead.
The Wolves go down gunning in three overtimes. Let's talk about stats, baby.
Did the Wolves just beat the Jazz again? It would appear that they did.
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 T-Wolves get bloody. Plus, Antoine Walker is broke and Lebron James could be king of this chilly little town.
The Timberwolves are struggling to know themselves; King James drops science.
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The Wolves damaged season comes to a close.
Wolves fans have suffered enough. Take heart though: the playoffs are coming. And the playoffs are really awesome.
By "take two," I mean "win two basketball games." In a row! I'm serious!
As a 103-102 win at Utah followed by a 110-87 home dud can attest, the Wolves continue to befuddle.
Hey, maybe Mike Miller should have been shooting like this all year.
The Wolves look relatively competitive in games against New York and Charlotte. More games against the Eastern Conference, please.
The Wolves roused the faithful with a 104-79 drubbing of the Grizzlies. Playoffs anyone?
This team might be cursed with foul luck and poor talent but at least Ryan Gomes knows what he's doing.
The Wolves lose in style.
The Wolves muddle through a schizophrenic midweek.
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 >>
The Wolves take game one. I'm thinking 82-0.
Rudy Gay is long and lithe and has Pippen-esque qualities. Don't you think 'Rudy' is kind of a funny name for a basketball player, though?
The Wolves believe in life after Kevin Garnett
Can you hear it? That chanting sound? "Yes. We. Can. Yes. We. Can." Barack Obama? No, silly-he hasn't been at the Target Center since Saturday. It's the Timberwolves, who absorbed their most inspiring loss of the season on Monday.
Showing signs of life, the Wolves beat the high-flying Phoenix Suns. Also, Shawn Marion warns us not to mess with Illinois.