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On today’s show, Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report joins to highlight the many Timberwolves-related anecdotes from his new book “Built To Lose: How The NBA’s Tanking Era Changed The League Forever”. The ties from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Houston Rockets and even to the acquisition of Andrew Wiggins and selection of Karl-Anthony Towns are abundan…
 
Britt Robson of The Athletic joins the pod for a second time this week, where on this episode we discuss the recent Minnesota Timberwolves news and notes since the season ended one month ago. Topics discussed include: Iowa Wolves coach Sam Newman-Beck ousted as Chris Finch and Gersson Rosas begin to build out a new coaching staff from top to bottom…
 
On today’s show, Britt Robson of The Athletic joins the show to discuss a wide open NBA playoff field, with three series tied at 2-2 and the Phoenix Suns ascending to the conference finals. We discuss: Chris Paul’s dominance and the Suns exploding into championship contention The Nets title odds through a bundle of injuries + what is left to be des…
 
Brendan Hedtke of CanisHoopus joins the pod today to discuss the potential paths for the Timberwolves to take this summer to become a respectable defense next season. What can Gersson Rosas add to this roster and what can Chris Finch adjust to make the Wolves’ defense good enough to make the playoffs? We discuss: The Wolves history of being a below…
 
Britt Robson of The Athletic again joins the show. This time to discuss the now set, eight-team field for the second round of the playoffs. We spend about twenty minutes on all four of the second round series, in this order: Bucks-Nets, Nuggets-Suns, Clippers-Jazz, Sixers-Hawks. Topics discussed include: Our announcement of a live show on NBA Draft…
 
On today’s pod, Jack Borman of CanisHoopus joins the pod to chat about our Timberwolves-related thoughts that have been triggered while watching these playoffs. We’re calling it “watching the playoffs through a Timberwolves lens”. And, in that, we discuss: • The idea of this playoff role player-type of John Collins being on the Wolves next season •…
 
On today’s pod, Glen Willis of PeachTree Hoops joins the pod for a Hawks-Knicks deep dive, a look into what has played out in the Grizzlies-Jazz series and the Sixers Title chances. We discuss: Are Thibs and the Knicks done? Trae Young’s explosion and Julius Randle’s deflation in their first playoff experiences John Collins future in Atlanta? What …
 
Britt Robson of The Athletic joins the pod on Wednesday afternoon to review the five playoff series that have completed Game 2 thus far. We discuss:- Jrue Holiday and the Milwaukee Bucks new-found talent advantage shining through over the Miami Heat. Plus: Jimmy Butler’s underwhelming first two games of the series- The Los Angeles Lakers obsession …
 
On today's show, Britt Robson of The Athletic joins Dane for one final conversation about the 2020-21 Minnesota Timberwolves. A reflection on Anthony Edwards' first season in Minnesota, the status of the KAT and DLo pairing, where Gersson Rosas may take this team this summer, and much more.Thank you all for following along with Britt and I all seas…
 
On today’s show, we recap Gersson Rosas end of season press conference and media exit interviews with the players on the roster. We hit on the array of topics covered by Rosas on the state of the roster going forward and parse through the player’s refections on their seasons individually and as a group.- Rosas and Chris Finch on the plan at power f…
 
We made it through 72 games of Minnesota Timberwolves basketball this season, somehow. It was wild. It was weird. And it was certainly only the beginning... of something. After a win in Game 72 over the Dallas Mavericks, on today’s show, we reflect on the season that was, acknowledge that Anthony Edwards is something to believe in, and turn our gaz…
 
In the Timberwolves second-to-last game of the season, they seemed to run out of whatever good vibes they were running on. Saturday’s loss to the Celtics signaled much of the good JuJu that had been fueling team has either expired or been put on ice until next year — but it also opened up a chance to greatly improve their lottery odds in the final …
 
As the Minnesota Timberwolves began to play out the string with a Thursday night loss to the Denver Nuggets, we look forward to what Chris Finch might be able to bring out of Karl-Anthony Towns next season. How Finch’s experience with Nikola Jokic in Denver and Anthony Davis in New Orleans might apply to KAT potentially reaching a new level. Amongs…
 
Tuesday night was another blowout win for the Timberwolves. On today's pod, we reflect on the Wolves now being 10-7 with KAT, DLo and Ant all in the lineup since DLo's return (and 12-9 for the season). And then we take a mental note of how much the numbers have been inflated by these last two blowouts. We also touch on DLo showcasing his special pa…
 
With only four Timberwolves games left this season, Britt Robson of The Athletic joins the pod for his final in-season appearance of the 2020-21 season — to take stock of what has transpired this past month and what it might portend for the future. We discuss:- Anthony Edwards turning yet another corner, beginning to post legitimate star numbers- W…
 
With another win on Sunday night in Orlando, this time in blowout fashion, the likelihood that the Timberwolves fall to the Number Six slot in the lottery has greatly increased. On today’s pod, we weigh the value winning since the All Star Break (14-18) against the drop in the likelihood that the Wolves keep their pick this summer (probably a 12.5%…
 
The Minnesota Timberwolves are becoming Anthony Edwards team, too. Friday’s night’s loss to Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat was the latest installment of the Edwards ascension story — not only as a player but as a leader of the team. On today’s pod, we dig into the KAT and Butler spat, and how Edwards was there for his teammate. He’s becoming a lea…
 
Anthony Edwards might have played the best game of his young career on Wednesday night. On tonight’s pod we dig into Edwards’ very-full (not empty) 42-point performance against the Grizzlies — that was completely absent of the rookie mistakes that have plagued much of the rookie’s first year in the league. Putting the 30-game run Edwards is on sinc…
 
With a loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday night, the Timberwolves are no longer on a winning streak. But they have won five of their last seven and are beginning show signs of an identity. Britt Robson of The Athletic joins the show to discuss the Wolves hot streak and the bumps that have come along the way. We discuss:- What went wrong d…
 
With what is now a four-game winning streak, the comparison between the momentum this Timberwolves team is generating and the momentum the Phoenix Suns generated in last season’s Bubble is becoming less outlandish. On today’s podcast, we start digging through where this Wolves team’s momentum is coming from — and how it all seems to tie back to Ant…
 
I’ve been toying with an idea: Is Karl-Anthony Towns playing the best basketball of his career? Better than his post-All Star break run during the 2018-19 season? Better than the first 18 games of the 2019-20 season when he led the Timberwolves to a 10-8 start? On today’s pod, we dig into that question. Also: Jarred Vanderbilt’s impact in tonight’s…
 
If the Timberwolves ever won consecutive games again this season, I promised Kyle Theige (CanisHoopus) that he could come on the pod to celebrate the winning “streak”. Is it a streak if you win two in a row? Sure. The Wolves hadn’t won consecutive games since Christmas. In Wolves World, that’s worth celebrating. We discuss:- How both wins over the …
 
On today’s pod, I am joined by Britt Robson of The Athletic to, amongst other things, discuss his column on the first 30 games of the Chris Finch Era. Ryan Saunders coach 31 games before he was let go, and now Finch has mirrored that number. Britt and I dig into how the results have largely been similar but how many of the coaching dynamics feel li…
 
Somehow the Utah Jazz have only lost 16 games this season and two of them have come at the hands of the Minnesota Timberwolves. On today’s pod, we discuss Saturday night’s well-rounded win in Utah — and the parts that feel like meaningful signals for what could be coming.- Legitimately good defense from everyone, including Anthony Edwards, whose de…
 
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