Lakefield native Teresa Resch was the first in a succession of women — now numbering 14 — who Masai Ujiri hired for his Toronto Raptors.
Jon Leuer, who was from Long Lake, was primarily a guard in high school. But after committing to play for Wisconsin under coach Bo Ryan, he had a 10-inch growth spurt
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Rich Nuessle was once a staple in the Twin Cities sports media. If you were in that circle and failed to have a wacky adventure with Rich, you had to be in quarantine. Behind the fun, though, was a hero with a tortured soul.
League would aim for late July start but might leave some teams home.
Doctors hope to develop way to detect antibodies using just a pin prick.
Battling his neighbors for Wi-Fi speed at night, Kevin Bertels and a band of editors normally lashed together within easy shouting distance have redefined putting the newspaper, and themselves, to bed.
Naila-Jean Meyers moved here for a new job at the Star Tribune in January and set out to learn it and make connections in a new place. Then the coronavirus changed everything.
The Timberwolves are joining other NBA teams in opening their practice facility to players for individual workouts starting Thursday.
Given everything that's happened during his first year on the job, is it possible to give the Timberwolves president anything but an incomplete for his work?
The prospects for pro sports resuming operations were boosted Monday when the governors of California, New York and Texas announced their support for games returning to their states.
The Timberwolves beat writer can go to his right or left hand when it comes to the keyboard, a skill he's reconnected with during life without NBA travel.
Optimism has increased in the league office for a resumption of the season, with the NBA looking at one or two "bubble" sites in Las Vegas and Orlando.
Michael Jordan found peace on the basketball court, but the questions remain about whether he's ever really found peace away from the game.
Some believe NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan could have eventually played baseball in the major leagues. Former Twin Gene Larkin and manager Tom Kelly are not among them.
Ten Star Tribune sports writers and editors gathered for a virtual happy hour to select the 20 faces who belong on the highest pedestal of Minnesota sports.
Former Gophers great Trent Tucker shared a locker room with Michael Jordan for one season, 1992-93, the final act of the Bulls' first championship three-peat.
When Zion Williamson backed out of the agreement with Prime Sports in May to signing with Creative Artists Agency (CAA), agent Gina Ford claimed he owed her $100 million for breaking the contract. Williamson was drafted No. 1 overall by the New Orleans Pelicans in 2019.
The death of Michael Jordan's father, James, sends him on a journey away from the game of basketball, followed by a failure that fuels his second stint with the Bulls.
Minnesota's stay-at-home order supersedes the league's slow return guidelines.