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Minnesota Timberwolves 2014 News and Updates
4/18/14 - Nearly everyone who played scored in double figures for the Minnesota Timberwolves in their season-ending game with Utah – but in the end it was the Jazz who were victorious in double overtime, 136-130. Only Gorgui Dieng (four points, but seven boards and two blocks) and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (0 points off the bench, but one rebound and one assist) failed to tally double figures for the T-wolves, who got 36 points from Kevin Martin. Kevin Love had yet another double-double – nearly a triple-double – on 19 points, 10 rebounds, and nine assists; Ricky Rubio chipped in 14 points, and Corey Brewer added 11 points. For the reserves, Ronny Turiaf chipped in 12 points, eight boards, and three blocks; Dante Cunningham collected 13 points; Robbie Hummel had 10 points and nine rebounds; and Alexey Shved had 11 points to round out the scoring.
4/14/14 - At exactly .500 – 39 wins and 39 losses – if the Minnesota Timberwolves were in the East, they would have locked up a playoff spot by now. As it is, they are 10th in the uber-competitive West, and will not be in the postseason. The T-Wolves fell at home to Chicago 102-87 on April 9; while everyone who played scored at least two points, just three players – starters Kevin Love (17), Ricky Rubio (15) and reserve Ronny Turiaf (11) – were able to break double-figure scoring. Love combined his points with 10 boards for a double-double; Gorgui Dieng, who had just nine points, made his presence felt in other ways, combining eight rebounds with three blocked shots.
4/7/14 - If they were in the Eastern Conference, they would be a half game up on Charlotte. But the Minnesota Timberwolves are out of the running in the Western Conference playoff chase, so the best they can do is play spoiler – a role which they played to perfection in defeating Memphis, 102-88, on April 2. Kevin Love notched a triple-double for the T-wolves, racking up 24 points, 16 rebounds and 10 assists, along with one steal and one rejection; Gorqui Dieng nearly had a double-double, scoring eight points and clearing nine boards. Kevin Martin broke through the 20-point plateau as well for Minnesota, with 21, while Ricky Rubio had 14 points, seven assists, three rebounds, and three steals.
3/28/14 - As Samuel Clemens once wrote, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies, and statistics.” Case in point: the Minnesota Timberwolves. The T-wolves are fourth in the NBA in points scored per game, sixth in assists per game, and eighth in rebounding per game…but 24th in the league in points allowed per game. All this adds up to a .500 record, and also-ran status in the highly competitive Western Conference. The T-wolves did win their most recent contest, 107-83, against the East’s #8 squad, Atlanta, led by Gorgui Dueng’s double-double of 15 points and 15 rebounds. Kevin Love also had a double-double, combining 14 points and 12 boards, while Ricky Rubio dished off 10 assists.
3/21/14 - Despite a 20-20 double-double (22 points, 21 rebounds) from rookie center Gorgui Dieng, and 29 points from All Star Kevin Love, the Minnesota Timberwolves didn’t have enough weapons to stop slow-starting Houston on March 20, 129-106. In addition to his team high scoring, Love also contributed six rebounds, five assists, a steal, and a pair of blocked shots; point guard Ricky Rubio contributed eight dishes to go along with five points. The night before, against Dallas, Rubio notched his third triple-double of of his career, racking up 22 points, 15 assists, and 10 boards in the T-wolves’ 123-122 overtime win over Dallas.
3/14/14 - Even though the team has been alternating wins and losses over their last five games, the Minnesota Timberwolves are 7-3 in their last 10, and with their 112-101 come from behind win at home in the Target Center over East cellar-dwellers Milwaukee, have moved to just 5 ½ games out of the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Kevin Love (26 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, three blocks) and Ricky Rubio (11 points, 10 assists, three steals) had double-doubles for the T’wolves; while Kevin Martin went for 26 points and J.J. Barea added 19 points in the winning effort for Minnesota.
3/10/14 - It gets pretty bad when the New York Knicks break their extended losing streak against you, but that’s just what happened to the Minnesota Timberwolves on March 5. Even though all five T’wolves starters broke double figures in scoring, led by Kevin Love’s 19, and Minnesota outscored New York in the paint 48-38 and out-rebounded the Knicks, 47-39, the Timberwolves just had no answer for Carmelo Anthony’s 33 points, and the Knicks used a 17-4 run to put Minnesota away.
3/3/14 - Winners of four out of their last five games, the Minnesota Timberwolves’ most recent victim was Phoenix. Kevin Love led all scorers, exploding for 33 points, 13 rebounds, nine assists (nearly missing a triple double) and even a pair of blocked shots for the T’wolves. Shabazz Muhammad added 20 points in a reserve role for Minnesota; Ricky Rubio handed out 11 assists as well. Off the court, Ronny Turiaf is being listed as out indefinitely with a right knee bone bruise discovered by an MRI on February 23. Turiaf suffered the injury in the T’wolves February 22 win over Indiana.
2/21/14 - Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves had a productive All Star weekend. Although he failed to win the three point contest, finishing in the middle of the pack behind winner Marco Balinelli; during Sunday’s All Star Game, Love played 33 minutes in the West’s losing effort, chipping in 13 points and nine rebounds. After the break, though, Love lit up the East’s leaders, Indiana, for 42 points and 16 boards in a big 104-91 win over the Pacers. Ricky Rubio contributed 17 assists and seven rebounds for the Timberwolves’ effort.
2/11/14 - Some good news, some not so good for the Minnesota Timberwolves: The good news is that Kevin Love, already selected as an All Star starter for the West, will also participate in the Saturday night slam dunk contest. Love is listed as day to day on the T-wolves injury report, nursing a bruised left quadriceps muscle. The bad news: The T-wolves were manhandled by Houston earlier in the week, 107-89. Head coach Rick Adelman has missed the last several days, including the loss to Houston, for personal reasons; filling in for him was assistant Terry Porter.
2/4/14 - Representing the Minnesota Timberwolves in this month’s NBA All Star Game in New Orleans as one of the Western Conference’s starters, power forward Kevin Love is having the best year of his career so far. Love, a product of UCLA, is averaging a double-double, scoring at an average of 25.5 points per game clip while clearing 13.1 rebounds per game. Point guard Ricky Rubio is averaging 8.2 assists per game and 2.6 steals per game for the T-Wolves.
1/21/14 - Minnesota Timberwolves are sitting with a 19-21 record, giving them enough time to improve their standing in the tough Western Conference before playoffs. On Saturday the TWolves beat the Jazz to stop their three game losing skid, and they’ll play Utah again tonight with hopes of a repeat victory. Minnesota won’t be back in Minneapolis until Jan 29 to take on New Orleans (get-in for just $2), followed by a Jan 31 game against Memphis (get-in for $9). The Wolves will have to make the most of superstar Kevin Love (top five in NBA for scoring & rebounding), with even more rumors mounting about the UCLA product’s eventual departure from the team. Ricky Rubio is in a funk this year to boot; with high expectations entering the season as the unquestioned starter at point guard, the 23-year old is in desperate need of a spark to get his confidence back! It’s crunch time now, but with less than half a season left, can the Wolves snap out of their late-game collapses? Score some Minnesota Timberwolves tickets and help this talented team get the job done!
3/6/13 - Since winning the National Basketball Association's old Midwest Division in 2005 before a round of realignment, the Minnesota Timberwolves have undergone a gradual decline, culminating in three consecutive fifth-place finishes in the current Northwest Division, which they share with Oklahoma City, Denver, Utah, and Portland. Forward Kevin Love is the T-Wolves offensive leader, tops on the team in scoring average and rebounding despite only playing about a third of the team's games due to injury; while Spanish star Ricky Rubio has shown himself to be quite effective at the point, leading the squad in assists and steals. Also contributing offensively is former Utah Jazz star Andrei Kirilenko; along with Nikola Petkovic and Luke Ridnour. Coming off the bench to provide support are J.J. Barea, Dante Cunningham, and shot blocker Greg Stiemsma. Coach Rick Adelman has to work on his team's scoring and points allowed, both of which are in the bottom half league-wide. While the T-Wolves are improved over the last couple of seasons, they still have some work to do to get back to respectability.
At the beginning of the season, Minnesota Timberwolves tickets were the cheapest in the League, averaging $41, just about 1/3 the cost of average NBA tickets. All Timberwolves games are averaging under $100 with cheap Timberwolves tickets available for $30 or less. Lakers Timberwolves tickets are two of the three most expensive games on the MN Timberwolves schedule at $94 (2/1) and $93 (3/27). On the road, MN Timberwolves tickets average double that of Target Center tickets.
Minnesota Timberwolves 2013-2014 Season
After starting the season with three straight wins, the Timberwolves have slipped up in the last couple weeks and are now 5-3, but the squad is still on track for a winning season and one of the best starts in franchise history. Recently, the Timberwolves paid a visit to Staples Center, where they defeated the Lakers by a large margin (113-90) and lost to the Clippers by a slight one (107-109). Coming up are some of Minnesota's most eagerly awaited games: Nov 22, the Wolves will host the Brooklyn Nets, toting former T-wolves center, Kevin Garnett. The next day (Nov 23) Minnesota will meet the Houston Rockets on the road, who are now coached by previous Timberwolves’ GM and coach, Kevin McHale, a man that brewed up bad blood with the organization after the illegal contract scandal with Joe Smith a decade ago.
The Timberwolves are looking to get back to their first postseason since 2004 and will do so under the leadership of 2x NBA All-Star Kevin Love. Another former UCLA Bruin will play for Minnesota this season; small forward Shabazz Muhammad was added to the Minnesota Timberwolves roster this offseason. Also a first round pick, Gorgui Dieng from Louisville was selected. The most expensive game this season at Target Center will be played against the Lakers on 3/28 (avg. $352). The Timberwolves have lost 22 games straight to the Lakers; this end-of-March matchup will be the final of the season for the two teams. The 2/4 matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers at home is averaging much less, $153.