When Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor named David Kahn the president of basketball operations, he expected to have a playoff-contending team by now. Instead, in his four years on the job he has made more trades than times Dwight Howard has changed his mind about being traded, drafted more point guards than an apartment complex could support, and traded away more draft … [Read more...] about The ‘David Kahn’ Era
Minnesota Timberwolves “luck” might be turning around?
I know the last few years have been down-right dreadful for fans of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Our last few draft picks (Wes Johnson and Derrick Williams) haven't panned-out, so far or yet. But, Ricky Rubio brought a spark this season before his ACL injury. He lit-up Target Center with his maestro passing skills and non-matador-esque defensive ability that most of his … [Read more...] about Minnesota Timberwolves “luck” might be turning around?
NBA Trade Deadline: Possible suitors for the Timberwolves’ Michael Beasley
Plenty of names will be floated around in the next week-plus as the NBA trade deadline approaches on March 15th. Over the next week, I am going to take a look at which players are likely to be dealt and what teams might be interested in acquiring said player. Michael Beasley's name has been on the trade block since the Minnesota Timberwolves used the second overall pick in … [Read more...] about NBA Trade Deadline: Possible suitors for the Timberwolves’ Michael Beasley
Michael Beasley’s Struggles Continue
What is wrong with Michael Beasley? The Minnesota Timberwolves continue to struggle-- while falling short of already low expectations-- much of that can be attributed to the recent lackluster play of forward Michael Beasley. The once rejuvenated Beasley started the year making the league forget about his struggles dealing with the pressures of being the second pick in the … [Read more...] about Michael Beasley’s Struggles Continue
T’Wolves’ Rambis is Here to Stay
When Minnesota Timberwolves' General Manager David Kahn announced the hiring of head coach Kurt Rambis on August 8, 2009 it was generally well received by fans of the Timberwolves. As a player Rambis won four championships while playing with the Lakers (1982, 85, 87, and 88), and another two championships while he was an assistant coach with the team (2002 and 2009). His … [Read more...] about T’Wolves’ Rambis is Here to Stay