This week in Minnesota sports: In April 1968, the American Basketball Association teams with the best records faced off in the Eastern Conference finals: The Pittsburgh Pipers vs. the Minnesota Muskies
Kevin Durant and Trae Young will lead a 16-player field of NBA players in an NBA 2K20 tournament airing on ESPN.
There's an "i" in cliché, but this is all about team, and columnist Jim Souhan is a team-first guy, but it's a business and he's got to be able to feed his family.
Ten Star Tribune staff members gathered after work (or during work for some) for a Virtual Happy Hour in which they compiled a list by holding a draft of the best sports movies. Here are their picks, video clips and more.
The Wolves are supporting their players the best they can during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Timberwolves team psychologist Justin Anderson sees the pandemic playing out in four stages for players
The team was undergoing a major makeover without much success either on the floor or at the gate when the NBA season shut down.
There's no telling when the NBA season will continue, but Amir Coffey's journey is off to an exciting start after he left the U with one year of eligibility remaining.
Sports bars near Target Center, Target Field reimagine role with no live events: 'We completely rely on it'
The spread of the COVID-19 virus has put sports bars and restaurants in the Twin Cities in a difficult situation. "At least 75 percent of our income is based on events," said one local operator.
Kent Youngblood answers your two biggest questions.
Karl-Anthony Towns said his mother is in the hospital and currently in a medically-induced coma as she battles COVID-19. "We're going to keep fighting," he said.
Timberwolves beat writer Chris Hine answers a bunch of your burning questions about the NBA.
Remember a month ago when the Timberwolves had acquired a bunch of new players, including D'Angelo Russell, and that was a big deal?
Ten NBA players have tested positive for COVID-19 and the league has come under criticism, some wondering how the NBA had such quick access to testing amid shortages across the country.
The reason some remain hopeful for the NBA's return is leagues in Asia have restarted in the past week after taking two months off.
Yes, the sports world has gone dark at the start of what would have been one of the most active periods in American sports. The fun is gone. But what's also gone are millions upon millions of interactions in the midst of a pandemic.
No spoilers here: Suffice to say it was one of the most intense sporting events in Timberwolves history. Kevin Garnett is an absolute beast.
Owner said he wanted to make sure workers aren't negatively affected financially during coronavirus pandemic.
The NBA was the first pro league to react strongly to threat of coronavirus.
Karl-Anthony Towns made the announcement on Instagram as the Mayo Clinic begins rolling out a test for COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.