Local pornographer claims his tale inspired Kevin Smith's latest
It seemed too easy for the Timberwolves. Win this game and hold the tiebreaker with both the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors for the eighth and final playoff spot. By Stephen Litel
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. Coffin Nails 2. Just two reliables 3. Bad stats
1) Casey defies critics, still triumphs 2) That's Davis with a D...on the bench at crunctime 3) KG's unsung defense
1) Messing with James 2) Youth must be served 3) KG's typical excellence and other quick hits
1) Teasing the Wade comparison 2) Swingman minutes and my usual bias 3) Hit and run observations
1)Casey opts for defense when it matters most 2)The Huddy Rollercoaster 3) Heroic co-captains
Sooner or later, Kevin Garnett will leave Minnesota without a championship
In an otherwise disastrous season for the Wolves, Trenton Hassell is quietly having a career year
1. Mr. Negative 2.McCants on a tear. 3.Kudos after all.
1.Two for the money 2. Sooner or later... 3. Slow train comin'
1. Too many goats 2. Calling out McCants 3. Tough sledding this week
1. 4th Quarter Warriors 2.A good game for Pete 3.A cry from the peanut gallery: McCants over Frahm!
1. One-third empty or two-thirds full? 2. Props to Wally, Kandi and T-Hud 3. Odds and ends
1. KG's comments. 2. Smith and Barkley's comments. 3. Reader feedback.
1. Wally's woes continue. 2. You can't preach defense and then play Troy Hudson over Jaric and Carter. 3. A grab bag of positives.
1) A.C. Ascendant So far coach Dwane Casey seems to be a man of his word, albeit grudgingly. Casey said defense would be the priority this year, but to live up to that pledge he needs to play Anthony Carter at crunch time, at a time when he's trying to pare his rotation and massage ... More >>
The Wolves muff a golden opportunity for a fast start
They might not be giants, but the 2005-'06 Timberwolves will be better than you think: An opening night FAQ
"The best thing about clubs like Fahrenheit is they know how to treat you like a very important person," says Timberwolves star Troy Hudson in today's Star Tribune. "Some of these clubs don't. I hang out with a bunch of young guys and they don't always like to wear a suit and tie. I mean, I'll wear ... More >>
How can a coach promise high hopes and low expectations at the same time?
Now that their last chance at a playoff berth is mercifully gone, it's time to pass out the grades for this year's Timberwolves--and boy, are their moms gonna be mad
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Everybody thought the Wolves would contend for an NBA crown this year, and some picked them to win it. Not anymore: how egos and contracts turned one of the league's highest-paid teams into middle-of-the-pack underachievers.
In praise of Fred Hoiberg
The Wolves lineup shuffle only partly fixes their underachievement problem
One proposal for turning around the Wolves season
Spree and Sammy arenít the same guys they were a year ago
Can the Wolves overcome their underachieving ways?
If Flip can coach the Wolves to a decisive win over Sacramento, what's his team doing losing to the Bulls?
Will a healthy Wolves roster take the team forward or backward?
Time for Wolves management to be bold--again
Will an injury-free roster make the wolves better?
The Wolves' shaky start is nothing to fret about. Yet, anyway.
The future is now
The Wolves scramble to improve--and keep KG happy
Rasho and Wally are missing in action
Game 2 offers a ray of hope for the suddenly explosive Wolves
Finally, a shot at breaking the streak
The Wolves' ill-timed annual swoon is upon us
Maybe the Timberwolves can get closer to the promised land. Maybe.
The Wolves: Heroically mediocre, again
Boom or bust may be the Wolves' only chance
In a pinch, AP belongs at point guard
The Wolves find an unexpected bright spot