In the drip-drip-drip of Kyrie Irving trade speculation, one drop caught RandBall's ear in particular Tuesday.
The former Stanford standout is likely to spend most of the season with the G-League team in Des Moines.
Stephen Curry has delivered his share of success already to a franchise that desperately needed it. Now, he's being paid for all he has done — and certainly will do.
Sid Hartman pens his tribute to the late John Kundla, who died at 101 last weekend.
The suit alleged that the implementation of Flash Seats “fundamentally, and unlawfully, alters the way Timberwolves ticket holders may use and transfer tickets.”
Having time to absorb the idea that Irving wants to play for the Timberwolves leads to questions of how Minnesota would pull off such a deal, and whether it would be worth it.
John Kundla went from Vern Mikkelsen's coach with the Minneapolis Lakers to a close friend for most of their long lives.
The ex-Gophers standout and coach led the Lakers to six titles in seven years during his Hall of Fame career.
A look at the former Minneapolis Lakers Hall of Fame coach:
Kyrie Irving reportedly wants to be traded from Cleveland. ESPN.com reports that the Timberwolves are on the short list.
Who is left at this point aside from a bunch of Summer League hopefuls? Well, actually quite a few useful veterans.
The Timberwolves intend to sign young star Andrew Wiggins to a contract extension by October's season opener that could approach $150 million.
Championships are something to dream about. The Wolves right now are dealing with the reality they have to get back in NBA's competitive mix.
New Timberwolves guard Jamal Crawford consulted former Wolf and fellow Seattle native Zach LaVine before he signed on.
The Target Center is part way through a $130 million renovation project which will improve traffic flow, provide a new scoreboard, new locker rooms and better visibility out to the city and in to the crowds for big events.
When the new Minnesota Timberwolves season opens in three months, Target Center will look as rejuvenated as the team's new roster.
If there’s one team that has spoiled what LeBron James hoped would be an offseason spent retooling Cleveland’s roster to better compete with Golden State, it is none other than the Wolves.
Winding up with the Timberwolves, in the same city he was drafted 18 years ago, was meant to be for Jamal Crawford.