May The Force Be With Us: Every Timberwolves Player and Their Star Wars Character

A long time ago… In a galaxy far, far, away… Clan Timberwolves of the planet North are in the playoff hunt for the first time in over a decade but still haven’t reached their potential. Sitting behind the powerhouse planets of San Antonio and Golden State, while also dealing with the dangerous clans of the Rockets and Trail Blazers, it has been difficult for clan T-Wolves to get ahead and build momentum. Needless to say, I’ve got a bad feeling about this. To take down some of the superpowers of…

Gophers Men’s Basketball Ranked 15th in Preseason Polls


Fifteenth, huh? Does this mean the Sweet Sixteen is a lock? I’m pretty sure that’s how this works. Go ahead and circle March 22nd/23rd 2018 on your calendar. If the Associated Press or Coaches Poll know what the hell they’re talking about, that’s when Gophers Men’s Basketball will end their season. You can’t be fifteenth and reach the Elite Eight. It’s simple math.

Wolves with Juan: OT Victory over the Miami Mafia

Jimmy Butler

After a sluggish start on Monday night, the Timberwolves needed bonus basketball to take down the Heat. The slow start in Miami is a staple for most NBA teams. It’s tough to beat that South Beach nightlife. As a result, there is a process to sweating out all of the related toxins acquired the prior evening. It’s science. For MN, this process lasted until halfway through the second quarter.   Timberwolves 125, Heat 122   Before I talk about Miami’s Center, a quick rant about ours. Karl Anthony Towns finished…

Wolves with Juan – We Won. Butler is a Blessing

Jimmy Butler

Timberwolves 119, Thunder 116   What Tony Romo was to Jerry Jones, Jimmy Butler is to Timberwolves fans. The man is a blessing. After two loses without the former Chicago Bull, Butler returned to action Friday night vs. OKC. While heroically battling through the snot bubbles (what’s up hockey guys), Jimmy helped spark the Wolves to Victory.   Trailing by seven, MN began the second quarter with Wiggins, Butler, and Towns on the bench. Gorgui found himself in an unfortunate matchup with Carmelo Anthony. Melo lulled Dieng to sleep on…

Wolves with Juan: Back to Back

Jimmy Butler

Less than twenty-four hours after an embarrassing home loss, much was the same on Wednesday for the Timberwolves. An uncomfortable 20 plus point blowout. Losing to what’s considered a sub-par Eastern Conference team. Allowing their opponent to reach triple digits early in the fourth. Dominated on the fast break. No Jimmy Butler (upper respiratory infection).   Timberwolves 101, Detroit 122 MN Record: 2-3   “It’s only a mistake if you don’t learn from it.” Per this Fleck-like quote, we had an opportunity to redeem ourselves from Tuesday’s disaster. It appeared…