Reporter | Minnesota United FC

Zgoda has been a Star Tribune sportswriter so long, his first beat directly out of college was covering the North Stars. In nearly 30 years, he has covered the NHL, the Wolves and the NBA twice (he missed the first Kevin Garnett era, which says something about his sense of timing), Gophers and NCAA athletics, the radio/TV beat, major-championship golf and outdoor recreation.

Gameday preview: Kyrie's in as Wolves welcome in Nets

Kyrie Irving will be able to play for the Nets, since this game is being played on the road.

Pulisic on latest USMNT training camp roster, but not Yueill

The U.S. men's national soccer team announced the 28 players invited to training camp this weekend for upcoming qualifiers, including Feb. 2 at Allianz Field.

Reynoso rejoins Loons at preseason training but remains silent

Thursday morning's practice in Blaine was midfielder Emanuel Reynoso's first since he was arrested and detained by Argentina authorities for more than a week last month. He and coach Adrian Heath did not provide comment.

Loons start anew in 2022 without some familiar faces

Minnesota United opened training camp with a roster that is younger and faster than last year's but missing some quality experience.

Blaine workouts will mark start of Loons' trek to season opener

Workouts start Tuesday and trips to Florida and Portland will also play a part in the team's preparation for the 2022 season.

Wolves crush Warriors with dominant 2nd half, Beasley's barrage

Malik Beasley's three-pointers helped the Wolves break open the game late in the third quarter in front of a sellout crowd, including many fans wearing jerseys of injured Golden State star Stephen Curry.

Sunday's Timberwolves-Golden State game recap

Malik Beasley scored 16 points for the Wolves, all in the second half.

Count Wolves coach Finch as one of Thompson's biggest fans

Warriors star Klay Thompson was in the starting lineup Sunday night at Target Center in only his fourth game after a 2 ½-year absence.

Wolves welcome Warriors, but Curry and Green will sit

Klay Thompson should be available after returning last Sunday against Cleveland following a 2½-year absence because of injuries.

Loons reunite with Danladi after two seasons apart

The Loons brought back former No. 1 overall draft pick Abu Danladi, who went to Nashville in the 2019 expansion draft.