Reporter | Timberwolves

Chris Hine was the Star Tribune's sports analytics reporter before taking over the Wolves beat, He previously spent eight years covering college sports and the Chicago Blackhawks for the Chicago Tribune. He is an amateur piano player and songwriter in his spare time and has an unhealthy obsession with the music of Carole King. He is a 2009 graduate of the University of Notre Dame.

A-Rod on buying Wolves, Lynx: 'We have no plans to move'

The new owners, and outgoing owner Glen Taylor, held a press conference Monday morning. The $1.5 billion sale of the teams has raised questions about the franchises will remain in Minnesota

Sunday's Twins-Toronto game recap

A quick look at Sunday's game.

Blue Jays earn split with 5-2 victory over Twins

George Springer, finished 3-for-4, and the Blue Jays used two home runs to top the Twins and Griffin Jax.

Toronto turns on power, ends Twins' four-game winning streak

A first-inning rally was cut short, and the Twins offense never got going again after that.

Saturday's Twins-Toronto game recap

A look back at Saturday night's game.

What does Rosas' firing signal for the Lore-Rodriguez regime?

Marc Lore promised to take action if something didn't align with his values. Also, where does this leave the Wolves in Ben Simmons talks?

Discord in Wolves organization fueled dismissal of Rosas

Strained relationships and Gersson Rosas' involvement with a female team employee led to his firing Wednesday, sources said. This move comes just days before training camp starts.

Simmons trade demands should look familiar to Timberwolves fans

Wolves Insider: 76ers guard Ben Simmons wants out of Philadelphia in a situation that is playing out similarly to Jimmy Butler's exit from Minnesota.

Wolves add four players to training camp roster

Brian Bowen II, Chris Silva, Isaiah Miller and Matt Lewis will be joining the team after their signings were announced on Monday.

Timberwolves officially sign Leandro Bolmaro

Bolmaro will be on a rookie deal after he was drafted in 2020