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Timberwolves Wish List: 1 Wish for Each Wolves Player

Have you ever been bored and thought about your favorite athletes and how great it would be to snap your fingers to add a skill or trait to their game? No? That’s just me? Great! I spend too much of my time thinking about the Timberwolves, and often find myself wanting to grant one wish to improve an important part of each player’s game. As an example, my one wish for Andrew Wiggins was that he would magically become an amazing playmaker to go along with his scoring capabilities.

5 Thoughts on the Wolves’ Wild Sunday Night

Prior to all of the postgame craziness regarding the whirlwind of Towns pledging his allegiance to the franchise, Ryan Saunders being fired, and Chris Finch getting hired, there was a basketball game! The Wolves made a rousing comeback only to lose again because of poor late game execution. We have some thoughts on a seemingly normal Sunday evening that gave way to a wild night.

Timberwolves Wish List: 1 Wish for Each Wolves Player

Have you ever been bored and thought about your favorite athletes and how great it would be to snap your fingers to add a skill or trait to their game? No? That’s just me? Great! I spend too much of my time thinking about the Timberwolves, and often find myself wanting to grant one wish to improve an important part of each player’s game. As an example, my one wish for Andrew Wiggins was that he would magically become an amazing playmaker to go along with his scoring capabilities.

Timberwolves Made-Up Quarter Season Awards

It is time to present the Minnesota Timberwolves players with their awards now that we are 1/4 of the way through this weird 20–21 NBA season. Instead of offering the traditional awards such as MVP, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, etc, we will give awards that fit the current team’s situation a little better. We need to get creative to reward players on a 4–14 team in the midst of a pandemic, so without further ado here are the Made-Up Quarter Season Award winners:

The Domino Effect of Missing Karl-Anthony Towns

Since the Timberwolves star center injured his wrist in a win against the Utah Jazz, the team’s performance has completely cratered into nearly unrecognizable form. The offense and defense were both dreadful without Towns in blowout losses to the Lakers and Clippers, and the Wolves will need much more out of their supporting cast to keep their heads above water awaiting his return.