On the Wolves
The Wolves are leaving open all options -- stay where they are, move down, move up, trade -- with their seventh pick in Thursday's NBA draft
The Timberwolves waived injured center Nikola Pekovic, ending their association with the last player remaining from the Kevin McHale era long ago.
In between touring Europe and fulfilling his business obligations on two continents, Towns said he always finds time to get his court work in and add some moves to his game.'
Allen projected as a mid first-round pick, but the Wolves could trade down from their seventh pick or make a trade to acquire another first-rounder.
Former Gophers star will oversee community relations efforts and growing the organization's basketball academy
Despite gaudy statistics, Towns did not make one of three league honor squads. He had the highest vote total of players who were not All-NBA, including two first place votes.
The Timberwolves, predictably, had their eye on specific needs during NBA's Chicago draft combine
The NBA says 67 prospects will attend their draft combine, but the players the Wolves most likely will consider with a sixth or seventh pick won't be in Chicago.
Karl-Anthony Towns and the production crew worked for more than five hours after boxes and boxes of the chocolate bar were wheeled into his home in a camping cooler.
The sale had been reported in January; today's move just makes it official.
Even without Russell Westbrook, Taj Gibson and Andre Roberson the Thunder took it to the Wolves in the first half.
Westbrook, Taj Gibson, Andre Roberson and Doug McDermott will all sit tonight for Thunder, who have clinched playoff position
The Wolves face the Lakers at Staples Center for the second time in little more than three weeks and three times overall in that stretch.
Tonight in Salt Lake City, the Jazz continue to aim for the playoffs, while the Wolves are down to four games left and counting.
One night after beating Portland at home, the Wolves complete a back-to-back to remember by playing the Warriors in Oakland
Monday'a 110-109 win over the Blazers was Minnesota's 10th straight victory in one-point games
Omri Casspi has played for two of the worst teams in the Western Conference this season (the Wolves and Kings), and he sees the two franchises headed in very different directions.
Last Friday in L.A., the Wolves lost a 108-100 lead with fewer than 2 1/2 minutes and lost the game in overtime by 11.
Losers of six consecutive games, the Wolves play the Pacers, who haven't won consecutive games since Feb. 6.
The Lakers' unveiling of a Shaquille O'Neal statue outside Staples Center reminds one sportswriter of the day he turned pro so many years ago.