If you watch the 2021 NBA playoffs, and study NBA history, you see it's possible in the coming years the Timberwolves will be a dangerous playoff team with little chance of imminent relocation.
Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton finally are getting a little more help, while Kevin Durant keeps seeing his superstar cohorts get hurt.
Everyone is excited to be able to attend sporting events and hear the roar of the crowd and see positive interactions between players and spectators. We are also witnessing some people wrecking that atmosphere.
Beasley pleaded guilty to threats of violence in December of last year. His sentence called for 120 days in the workhouse.
Will the Wolves new owners really want to spend winters living here and view this opportunity as a chance to establish deeply connected civic roots? That likely hinges on the arena situation.
There is no stipulation in the Wolves sale contract to keep team here, but it's not that important.
The lawsuit, filed in the District Court of Minnesota by Meyer Orbach, also said there was no stipulation in the proposed $1.5 billion sale of the franchises to Marc Lore and Alex Rodriguez that would keep the team in Minnesota.
It's correct to be encouraged. But let's not get carried away by what happened during a strange second half of the NBA season.
Chris Finch, who took over on Feb. 21, will restructure some of his staff for 2021-22.
A dismal start left the team out of the playoffs, but meshing and emerging talent toward the end of the season showed signs of promise
Season-ending interviews can be a bit stale. But Anthony Edwards turned up the volume when talking about what he expects next season.
Karl-Anthony Towns sees a culture as the key to winning and reaffirmed his commitment to be part of the team going forward.
The talent on the roster started looking like a cohesive unit over the final months under Chris Finch.
As Kevin Garnett was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame this weekend, Ben Johnson couldn't help but flash back to when Garnett guarded him in a pickup game.
The Wolves played loose and well in their final game, showing the promise of their up-and-coming roster and showing off Rookie of the Year-hopeful Anthony Edwards.
A quick look at Sunday's season finale.
The Wolves prepare for their season finale while the Mavericks prepare for the playoffs.
Celtics walked away with a breezy 124-108 victory.
A look back on a season that saw the Wolves endure injuries, illness and a coaching change before showing improvement as it went along.
The Wolves took a chance on a teenager and he ended up as a Basketball Hall of Famer.