Archive for November, 2007

It’d be easy to say that the Timberwolves are bad, but that simply isn‘t the case. At 1-10 on the season, it’s easy to make that assumption, but if you look closely, you’ll see that they aren’t bad, but simply a young team struggling to finish off games. They’ve been close in nearly every single […]


When the Wolves traded Ricky Davis and Mark Blount away for Walker and Doleac, they were essentially getting rid of two players that weren’t all that happy, and in return getting two players that are veterans, and seemed to be okay with the new start. Walker was great with his comments after the trade, and […]


The Wolves remain winless after losing to the Kings on Saturday night, 100-93. As with all of the games this season, there are a few positives to take away, but overall, the Wolves looked slow and didn’t seem to work as hard as they have in the previous four games. The Wolves from the start […]


The Wolves faced off against the Lakers, looking for their first win of the season, but after sticking with them much of the way, the Lakers took control at the end of the game, and won it 107-93. Marko Jaric got the start at point over Sebastian Telfair, and the move made coach Randy Wittman […]


When Rashad McCants sprained his ankle in the first quarter of the Magic game, I was both worried and upset. I was upset, because he had already scored 8 points, and was about to put up another great game. Plus, it hurt the Wolves chances of winning the game drastically. The worried part was because […]


For this game recap, I’m going to do a less formal write-up. The Wolves lost their third straight game, and are still winless, but each game has been exciting, and the Wolves have had a shot to win each as well. Instead of a write-up, here are my key thoughts. Feel free to share yours […]


Orlando Magic T-Wolves 2-1 0-2 Game Time: 7:00 Radio: BOB 106.1 TV: FSN The Timberwolves have played well in their first two games, but both have resulted in losses for one main reason — fouls. The Timberwolves have been killed by foul trouble for two obvious reasons. One is that the Nuggets and Knicks both […]