Power Forward Options for the Timberwolves

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According to a report by Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Minnesota Timberwolves are looking to improve at the power forward position. More specifically, targeting John Collins and Aaron Gordon. Report: The Timberwolves have shown interest in John Collins and Aaron Gordon, via @ShamsCharania. pic.twitter.com/BW5cWMkZCk — Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) March 4, 2021 The Timberwolves currently […] READ MORE


NBA All-Star Weekend Predictions

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NBA All-Star Weekend is upon us. All 30 teams will have seven days off to rest and recover after playing the first 36 games of the season. Despite complaints by some of the players and media, we will have All-Star events performed this season. The league will create a mini-bubble within the city of Atlanta […] READ MORE


What You Need to Know About Chris Finch

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On Sunday night the Minnesota Timberwolves dismissed their Head Coach Ryan Saunders. The decision came following another painful loss to the New York Knicks against none other than Tom Thibodeau. Almost immediately, Shams Charania of The Athletic announced that Toronto Raptors assistant coach Chris Finch would be the replacement. Chris Finch is becoming the new […] READ MORE


Potential Destinations for DeMarcus Cousins

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According to a recent report from Shams Charania of The Athletic, DeMarcus Cousins and the Houston Rockets will be going their separate ways. The Houston Rockets and center DeMarcus Cousins are planning to part ways in coming days, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. Houston wants to go smaller, younger in frontcourt when Christian Wood returns and […] READ MORE


Takeaways from Karl-Anthony Towns Return

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Karl-Anthony Towns finally returned to the court last night after missing 13 games due to COVID-19. The Minnesota Timberwolves have been abysmal without him, sitting at 6-17 and last in the Western Conference. Despite his return, the Timberwolves lost to the Los Angeles Clippers 119-112 on Wednesday, further reducing their playoff hopes. What does the […] READ MORE


Malik Beasley Sentenced for October Arrest

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On Tuesday, Malik Beasley of the Minnesota Timberwolves was sentenced to 120 days at Hennepin County Workhouse with work release and home confinement option. In the offseason, he signed a 4-year $60 million contract to stay in Minnesota. Malik Beasley Sentenced to 120 Days for October Arrest Minnesota Timberwolves’ Malik Beasley Charged with two Felonies, […] READ MORE


Should Immanuel Quickley Start for the Knicks?

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The grand city of New York might finally have a competent basketball team. Head Coach Tom Thibodeau is working wonders for the New York Knicks, leading them to a promising 8-11 start by drastically improving the defense. Yet, Knicks fans have still found a reason to complain. In the offseason, it seemed clear that the […] READ MORE


Ryan Saunders is Part of the Problem

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The Minnesota Timberwolves are last in the Western Conference. With a 4-11 record, there is clearly more than one problem here.  For starters; Karl Anthony Towns has missed games, Jake Layman nor Juancho Hernangomez have returned to last season’s form, health and safety protocols have limited availability, and the roster construction is poor.  The most […] READ MORE


James Harden’s Nets Debut Takeaways

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James Harden has just finished his debut in Brooklyn. Harden’s Nets debut filled the stat sheet with 32 points, 11 rebounds, and 14 assists in a win against the Orlando Magic. With this game, we were able to get a glimpse at what the Nets look like without Kyrie Irving. These games without Irving should […] READ MORE


Jarred Vanderbilt: The Next Puzzle Piece for the Minnesota Timberwolves

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It’s no secret that the 2020-21 season hasn’t treated the Minnesota Timberwolves very well. For starters, Karl-Anthony Towns ruled out with a wrist injury after only 2 games. This forced Ryan Saunders to dig deep into the bench for frontcourt production. Fortunately, 6-foot-9 power forward Jarred Vanderbilt was waiting for an opportunity to prove himself.  […] READ MORE