Now healthy, Taurean Prince can fill many of Timberwolves’ needs — Twin Cities

Taurean Prince was asked recently about Anthony Edwards’ apparent improvement on defense. The second-year guard and former No. 1 draft pick making a leap on that end of the floor is an important potential development for the Timberwolves this season. And, apparently, an expectation. “Me, (Patrick Beverley and Josh Okogie), I don’t think we’re taking…

Now healthy, Taurean Prince can fill many of Timberwolves’ needs — Twin Cities

Marc Lore, Alex Rodriguez officially join Timberwolves’, Lynx’s ownership group — Twin Cities

While not yet controlling owners of the organization, Marc Lore and Alex Rodriguez are officially now members of the ownership group for the Timberwolves and Lynx. Majority owner Glen Taylor released a statement Wednesday welcoming Lore and Rodriguez to the fold after finalizing the deal that sold 20 percent of the organization to Lore and…

Marc Lore, Alex Rodriguez officially join Timberwolves’, Lynx’s ownership group — Twin Cities

Karl-Anthony Towns/Trail Blazers rumor seems farfetched — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

The Trail Blazers could face a shakeup around Damian Lillard after losing to the shorthanded Nuggets in the first round.

Karl-Anthony Towns/Trail Blazers rumor seems farfetched — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Timberwolves coaches David Vanterpool, Bryan Gates won’t be back — Twin Cities

Timberwolves head coach Chris Finch’s coaching staff will feature some new faces next season. Minnesota associate head coach David Vanterpool and assistant coach Bryan Gates won’t be back next season, a source confirmed. 268 more words

Timberwolves coaches David Vanterpool, Bryan Gates won’t be back — Twin Cities

Time to find out where Timberwolves stand heading into next season — Twin Cities

Laughs, smiles, success. Yeah, there are plenty of good times to be had when beating up on the likes of the Orlando Magic and Detroit Pistons, two cellar dwellers clearly tanking for NBA draft lottery balls this late in the season. Minnesota went into both cities and did what it was supposed to, blowing out […]

Time to find out where Timberwolves stand heading into next season — Twin Cities

Timberwolves blow out Orlando to snap losing skid — Twin Cities

The Timberwolves ended their three-game losing streak Sunday with a blast. Minnesota thumped Orlando 128-96 on the road for its largest victory of the season. The Wolves led by 30 at the break, matching their biggest halftime lead in franchise history. “It was nice. Really nice,” Timberwolves coach Chris Finch said. “We haven’t had one…

Timberwolves blow out Orlando to snap losing skid — Twin Cities

Anthony Edwards has historic 42-point night, but Grizzlies get win — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Ja Morant had 37 points and 10 assists to lead the Grizzlies.

Anthony Edwards has historic 42-point night, but Grizzlies get win — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Even after defeat, D’Angelo Russell is confident in Timberwolves’ direction — Twin Cities

These losses feel different to D’Angelo Russell. The Timberwolves have has lost just twice in their past seven games — on April 21 at Sacramento and then Saturday at home in overtime against New Orleans — and both were the result of them squandering double-digit leads late in the fourth quarter. While that can be […]

Even after defeat, D’Angelo Russell is confident in Timberwolves’ direction — Twin Cities

Warriors fall to Timberwolves despite big nights from Steph Curry, Andrew Wiggins — East Bay Times

After Tuesday’s disappointing effort to the Dallas Mavericks, the Warriors failed to respond in Thursday night’s 126-114 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Stephen Curry scored 37 points and Andrew Wiggins, in his first game back to Target Center since being traded from Minnesota last year, finished with 27. 339 more words

Warriors fall to Timberwolves despite big nights from Steph Curry, Andrew Wiggins — East Bay Times

Fourth quarter comeback falls short as Jazz lose, 101-96 — ABC4 Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Sports) – Bojan Bogdanovic finished with 30 points but Utah’s offense struggled to make shots in their 101-96 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Jazz shot just 40 percent from the field in its fourth home loss of the season. Mike Conley and Jordan Clarkson were the only other jazzmen…

Fourth quarter comeback falls short as Jazz lose, 101-96 — ABC4 Utah