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Thursday Cup of Canis

I think we didn’t write about this because the writers’ room is on summer vacation, but the Wolves have signed Kelan Martin to a two-way contract. Martin was a four year player at Butler, and averaged 21 and six...

Lynx 89, Liberty 73: Westchester Winners

With only ten games remaining in the regular season, Tuesday’s matchup between the Lynx and Liberty could be deemed a “must win” for both teams. New York entered the night on a six game losing streak and are watching...

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The Path To 82-0

The NBA dropped the 2019-20 schedule this afternoon. Upon preliminary review, it seems likely the Wolves could be headed towards the greatest season of all-time and achieve something the prestigious Golden State Hamptons Fives couldn’t even muster out of...

Mystics 101, Lynx 78: Capital Punishment

Riding high from the return of Seimone Augustus and their subsequent two game winning steak, the Lynx came crashing down to earth Sunday afternoon. At 17-7 the Mystics sit atop the league standings and appear to be a shoe-in...

Team USA: Who Should Make the World Cup Roster?

The narrative surrounding the United States roster for the upcoming Men’s World Cup has largely centered around the abundance of top talent that’ll be absent. While this is true, the U.S. still has a bevy of talent and good...

What Is Ahead for International Basketball?

The FIBA Men’s World Cup begins at the end of August, and here is the group of 15 players in the U.S. camp, from whom twelve will be chosen for the final roster: Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat)Harrison Barnes (Sacramento...

Fever 86, Lynx 75: Hoosier State Meltdown

The most bizarre game of the Lynx season took place Saturday night in Indiana. Minnesota looked fantastic in the first half and built a 20 point lead, only to come out of the locker room after halftime playing like...

Los Lynx Talk Show – Lynx at the Break

It’s time one again to talk about Lynx basketball! On this episode of the Los Lynx Talk Show we’re joined by Sloane Martin. She is the radio voice of the Minnesota Lynx. We talk about how the team has...

Robert Covington, Starting PF: Yay or Nay?

The arrival of Gersson Rosas in Minneapolis has brought a great deal of change already. His way of thinking is so far in the opposite direction of the prior regime. At every turn, and every press conference, there’s a...

Timberwolves Announce Pre-Season Schedule

The Wolves released their pre-season schedule this afternoon. The slate includes five games, beginning October 8th in Phoenix against the Suns and old friend Ricky Rubio. Here’s the complete list: Oct. 8` Phoenix SunsTalking Stick Resort Arena 9:00 p.m. Oct. 10 Golden State...

WNBA All-Star 2019: Photo Diary

Thursday July 25th Las Vegas is unlike any other city in the world. Headlined by the four mile “Strip” of resorts, casinos, restaurants and attractions, the city offers the most complete package of entertainment (and vices) available anywhere. It is...

Wolves Over/Under Wins Set at 35

So the sports books are coming out with their over/under win totals for the NBA, and it’s time to see who they like. While Vegas doesn’t always get it right, they are historically excellent at setting these lines. One...

Maximizing Jordan Bell’s Defensive Versatility is Key For Minnesota

After swinging and missing on bigger names during the free agency frenzy, Gersson Rosas and the rest of the Minnesota Timberwolves front office went bargain hunting. The plan was to surround franchise pillar Karl-Anthony Towns with versatile, young, and...

Mystics 79, Lynx 71: Limping Into The Break

Facing off against one of the elite teams in the WNBA, Minnesota spent their final game before the All-Star break getting outclassed by Washington. The noon tip-off marked the Lynx lone afternoon home game this season. They celebrated their...

Andrew Wiggins, Jeff Teague, and New Ideas: How Does Gersson Rosas’ Vision Translate for...

As the new regime of Gersson Rosas and company have maneuvered through their first offseason in Minneapolis, there have been a lot of buzzwords thrown around. Collaboration. Analytics. Modernization. Pace. That’s all fine and well. Each one of those buzzwords...

Plenette Pierson: From Player to Coach

After playing a major role on Minnesota’s 2017 WNBA championship team, Plenette Pierson went out on top and retired from the game of basketball. Less than two years later she finds herself as an assistant coach on Cheryl Reeve’s...

Can Jarrett Culver Handle Point Guard Duties?

After a prolonged wait, Timberwolves lottery pick Jarrett Culver, along with fellow rookies Jaylen Nowell and Naz Reid, were finally officially introduced to the fans and media on Thursday. After answering some questions and endearing himself to the city,...

Aces 79, Lynx 74: Bad Sandwich

Mere days before the WNBA All Star game in Las Vegas, the Minnesota Lynx took a trip to Nevada to face off against the Aces. The game was closely contested throughout the afternoon with neither team able to mount...

Wolves Sign Naz Reid to a Multi-Year Contract

The Timberwolves signed Naz Reid to a two-way contract soon after the draft, meaning they had his rights for this season and could play him either in Iowa for the G-League Wolves or with the parent club, and had...

Storm 90, Lynx 79: Raining Threes

There are a lot of similarities between this year’s version of the Lynx and the Storm. Both teams have experienced success this season despite their starting lineups looking totally different than they did last summer. No Maya Moore? No...