STAFF BLOG GOETHE'S SPORTS BLOG Trying to Predict the Wolves’ Unpredictable No. 5 Pick
Interest in the Minnesota Timberwolves hasn't been this high in at least a decade. But those interested in figuring out who the Minnesota Timberwolves will end up with when they draft fifth ov... Posted on 6/23/16 at 11:40 AM
STAFF BLOG STAYING INFORUM-ED Wolves fans tops in using proper grammar
Every so often, an e-mail I receive from outside parties -and I receive about 50 a day - catches my eye.
This one from the folks at Grammarly did. The online writing tool site studied fans' posts on ... Posted on 12/15/15 at 12:13 PM
THE FLENSBURG FILES: TRAVELS AND EXPERIENCES GATHERED OF A FORMER MINNESOTAN First you walk, then we talk!
Like many of us, I had my favorite teams to cheer for when I grew up in rural Minnesota. In the summer, there were the Twins in baseball; the winter time consisted of split shifts between the Timberwo... Posted on 11/17/11 at 5:41 AM
Join The Forum's Trevor Peterson, Eric Peterson and Hayden Goethe for the Sports Reporter's Roundtable. Topics of discussion include: Twins recent performance and the ongoing saga of Kevin Love and the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Sacramento is preparing a trade offer for the Minnesota Timberwolves with designs on making Kevin Love a King for a year. To get Love, the Kings are reportedly comfortable with trading for the forward without requiring him to sign a long-term contract.
The Golden State Warriors are interested in landing Minnesota Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love and pair him with another star, point guard Stephen Curry, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Thursday.
MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor said Monday that he has no intention of trading Kevin Love and that he expects the NBA All-Star power forward to play for the Wolves again next season.
MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Timberwolves would like their next head coach to have a successful track record and maintain a similar offensive identity to the one established by outgoing head coach Rick Adelman, president of basketball operations Flip Saunders said.
Andy Greder / St. Paul Pioneer Press
April 21, 2014
The Minnesota Timberwolves finished their season Wednesday night. And while a 40-42 record is the team’s best mark since 2004-05, the Timberwolves will hope next season to end their playoff drought. Minnesota hasn’t made the postseason since reaching the Western Conference Finals in 2004.
MINNEAPOLIS - Rick Adelman will not return as head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves next season, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, citing a decision-making source who said there is "zero" chance he comes back.
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