Go ahead and watch one more time, if you can stomach it, Darryl Morsell’s game-winning three-pointer for Maryland against the Gophers.
While there are still plenty of places to get Fox Sports North, including traditional cable systems and the satellite giant DirecTV, options for “cord-cutters” are getting smaller.
From 2011-2019, the question going into the season regarding the Twins was essentially, “Are they good?” In 2020, the team is starting from a different place.
They are two players whose styles are so distinct from one another that it really doesn’t make much sense to compare them. But their paths make them inextricably linked.
Rick Spielman’s money quote, whereby he told reporters that “there’s no reason to anticipate [Stefon Diggs] is not going to be a Minnesota Viking,” is complicated by an immediate rebuttal.
How comfortable the Wolves are with D'Angelo Russell shooting mid-range jump shots will be an interesting push-pull between keeping him comfortable and understanding that’s not the team wants to play.
It's been interesting to watch Wild fans react in real-time to credible reports that Zach Parise could be on the move Monday in a trade to the Islanders.
Players get older. Their value changes. Their skills diminish. They have options. This is what happens in sports, right?
Think of it like a Champions Tour event in golf — only way better. While rosters aren’t crammed with former NBA superstars, they are full of solid-to-very-good former league players.
We saw flashes Wednesday of the one thing that could rescue the Wild’s season and make Minnesota an actual threat in the playoffs if a spot can be obtained.
Even if the Oakland A’s are taking an early (and not entirely intended) plunge into this sort of broadcast arrangement, it does in some ways represent the wave of the future.
Based on youth participation, overall success and famous alums — without even mentioning the Nanne family! — Edina has been declared the true hockey hotbed of the nation.
Plenty of curiosity is left in this local basketball season, with the Timberwolves regrouping post-trade deadline and the Gophers trying to turn around their season.
When Bruce Boudreau replaced Mike Yeo, they were in need of a coach who could get them deeper into the playoffs. But they hired a coach whose postseason record wasn't good, either.
Boston’s announcement, while deserved, makes the absence of a similar honor with the Wolves even more conspicuous. Can the team and the player heal their bad feelings?
The Astros ducked the media on Wednesday but gave a news conference Thursday morning that most likely will open them up to even more criticism.
“Kenta really wants that number and if that is what it takes for him to feel comfortable and be his best I’m all in,” Garver posted on Twitter.
Timberwolves management is betting that recent rosters moves, combined with changes in season-ticket policies that include slashing food and drink prices, will bring back fans.
Trades are complex, taking into account monetary value — past, present and future — as much as, if not more, than pure talent. That premise played out in the recent days of dealing.
In dealing Jason Zucker to Pittsburgh, the Wild received a game-ready veteran replacement, a promising prospect and a first-round draft choice.