John Wall had that look in his eye at morning shootaround.
The Celtics and Bulls found another thing to argue about after Game 5 of their spirited first-round playoff series:
Clippers coach Doc Rivers put it simply when he said Chris Paul willed his team to victory with the season on the line.
Part of Grizzlies coach David Fizdale's Game 2 postgame rant, thanks to quick thinking/work by the team's PR staff, became a rallying cry on T-shirts before Game 3 against the Spurs -- and they won! So we wondered: What Minnesota sports quotes or slogans might have deserved such iron-on immortality?
A rule passed before last season allows underclassmen to fully experience the pre-draft process before making a binding decision.
The Wolves now have a 43.9 percent chance in May 16 lottery to pick sixth and a slightly better than 1 in 20 chance to win the No. 1 overall pick.
Ricky Rubio made strides this season, yes. But Timberwolves coach and president of basketball operations Tom Thibodeau also took a long look at other guards in the season finale.
The Wolves will have about a 1 in 20 chance at the No. 1 pick and about a 1 in 5 chance of moving into the top three. But what about the likelier outcomes?
As the Wolves put the 2016-17 season behind them, you can raise questions about the status of a number of the players on their current roster
What to keep an eye on as the Wolves head into the offseason for a 13th consecutive year without a playoffs berth.
Tom Thibodeau believes Timberwolves stars Karl-Anthony Towns, 21, and Andrew Wiggins, 22, have found something together despite a 51-loss season. Next up: more development.
Tom Thibodeau's first season as Minnesota's coach and president of basketball operations came to a close Wednesday night with a 123-118 loss in Houston.
From the locker room after the Wolves finished their season at Houston by losing a sixth consecutive game.
A look back at Wednesday's season finale.
With a new logo and renovation for Target Center in 2017-18 the Wolves are headed for their fourth reset this decade. The only constant? Discouragement.
Once you make it to the Globetrotters, the Guinness folks apparently come looking for you.
Disappointment dominated startribune.com comments and social media buzz. Many of the comments combined their frustration for the Wolves' new logo and on-court product.
The Timberwolves on Tuesday unveiled a new logo and color scheme during halftime of their final home game of the season.