With half-a-season in the net, a look at reasons for both hope and concern.
Everything is strange and new.
A former front-office guy in minor league baseball has assembled a database of more than 500 confirmed and validated Twitter accounts for pro and college athletes.
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.
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.
The Wolves continue to lose. Don't worry though, the nightly spectacle at the Target Center is bound to distract you.
Hey, maybe Mike Miller should have been shooting like this all year.
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.
The Wolves lose in style.
Now who will be Perez Hilton's favorite T-Wolf?
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
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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.
The Wolves scored 131 points to stun the Pacers, and it wasn't a video game or a dream or anything.
The Wolves played solidly in the first half and terribly thereafter against the Warriors Wednesday night. You know the outcome.