Timberwolves on the prowl in free agency


It’s been a while since I have written about the Minnesota Timberwolves. The team has been very active in the free agent scene since it began on July 1. Continue reading “Timberwolves on the prowl in free agency”

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Path to playoffs a little easier for Minnesota?


 (Photo credit to blogsohardsports.com)
(Photo credit to blogsohardsports.com)

Can you believe that the state of Texas just got bigger with the additions of LaMarcus Aldridge and DeAndre Jordan?

What does this mean for the Minnesota Timberwolves? Well, the road to the playoffs got a little easier.

Here’s why I think that. Continue reading “Path to playoffs a little easier for Minnesota?”

NBA realignment and new playoff system


A map of teams in the NBA. (Photo credit to imgur.com)
A map of teams in the NBA. (Photo credit to imgur.com)

For many years, I have wondered why the NBA has not realigned the Western and Eastern Conferences, and come up with a new playoff system. Here is my solution to that. Continue reading “NBA realignment and new playoff system”

Gibson’s “kick” a joke


I don’t have cable, so I have watched the NBA playoffs sparingly this year.

I have boycotted of ESPN’s broadcasts, and, actually, I believe I have turned out to be a better person since mid-April. Hubie Brown, Mark Jackson, Mike Tirico, and even now Mike Breen, just drive me crazy. Continue reading “Gibson’s “kick” a joke”

Lew-Knee Bin – Timberwolves make 2016 playoffs


Shabazz Muhammad, left, and Zach Lavine are going to be key cogs in shaping Minnesota's future. (Photo credit to bleacherreport.net
Shabazz Muhammad, left, and Zach Lavine are going to be key cogs in shaping Minnesota’s future. (Photo credit to bleacherreport.net

Re-read the title.

I think it’s plausible, though.

Here is how. Continue reading “Lew-Knee Bin – Timberwolves make 2016 playoffs”

What to make of Wild’s blowout loss?


I was going to make myself a drink for the Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues playoff game Wednesday night.

The only problem was that the game was over before I could even add ice. Continue reading “What to make of Wild’s blowout loss?”