Clearly, the Jimmy Butler trade is only the first move of what figures to be an interesting offseason. Minnesota needs shooters off the bench, another p[hysical presence and to figure out Ricky Rubio's future.
Dr. Marie Packer was already planning on keeping her last name. Ryan Holtan-Murphy said it was a “no-brainer” to take her name.
If the Wolves are really interested in Butler, it is for very good reason. He turns 28 before next season and should be on the ascending side of his prime
Which players would the Timberwolves, Vikings and Twins want to protect if pro basketball, football and baseball were expanding?
Former Wolves General Manager David Kahn said Curry's father, former NBA player Dell Curry, did not want his son to go to Minnesota.
Perhaps it's only fitting in this weird Twins season — which finds Minnesota in first place in the AL Central with a 34-29 record through…
If we can concede that the instant reaction questioning the Twins for picking Royce Lewis No. 1 overall is just as silly as any attempt…
Is there any meaningful information even out there as we try to get a handle on the Wolves’ situation heading into next week? Well, thankfully, yes there is.
In making those decisions, the Twins’ brain trust — starting at the top with new boss Derek Falvey and extending to the field staff — has perhaps been a little fortunate.
It’s fun to think about Minnesota natives playing for Minnesota professional teams. It’s even worked out in plenty of cases. But the constant drumbeat does get old.
Right now, according to the earliest of oddsmakers, the Wolves are an even money bet to make the playoffs next season.
The pick was bound to leave the new Twins management team open to second-guessing no matter what happened, and taking Royce Lewis with the top pick set those reactions in motion.
“How much money would you pay to see your favorite team play for a championship?” is a fun question for a long car ride or idle afternoon. But $133K?
If you still don’t quite know what to make of the 2017 Twins, there is probably a good reason: for as good as the first two-plus months have been, they have also been … what’s the word … weird?
Thirty different Minnesota-born players have their names inscribed on the Stanley Cup. Matt Cullen is the latest to have it on the trophy for the third time.
Analytics have helped teams do a better job of projecting which talented players will grow into successful major leaguers, but having the top choice in the baseball draft is the hardest No. 1 pick in sports.
A little-known player as an 'x-factor' on the offensive line, an easy call on the quarterback situation in the long term and more. Thoughts from afar have some Vikings fans riled up.
After Wednesday’s 118-113 victory in Cleveland, the Warriors are 15-0 in the playoffs and just one game from perfection. Have you seen enough?
Greene told the Twins and Minnesotans a little about himself when he mentioned the local landmark, aside from Target Field, he hopes to visit.
By pitching the end of another one-sided game, Chris Gimenez has already pitched in more games than any position player in almost a half-century.