The Minnesota Timberwolves finished the 2015 - 2016 NBA regular season in thirteenth place in the Western Conference with an overall record of just 29 - 53. It was a disappointing performance for fans and players alike. Fortunately, the Timberwolves have had ample time to bolster their talent in the off-season and are ready to head back to Target Center for a shot at redemption. Catch Ricky Rubio, Kevin Garnett, Karl-Anthony Towns, coach Tom Thibodeau, and the rest of mighty Minnesota as they get back to work this fall. You won’t want to miss a second of the action, so check back often and buy your Minnesota Timberwolves tickets right here.
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Four losses in a row have the Minnesota Timberwolves feeling the pressure. On Feb. 1, the team headed to Cleveland and was unable to take down LeBron James and the rest of the reigning NBA champs. That was followed by another loss in Detroit and consecutive home losses to Memphis and Miami. The skid brings Minnesota down to No. 21 in this week’s power rankings and puts a stop to their forward momentum. The shift happened when the Wolves announced that Zach Levine needed surgery that would put an end to his season. Minnesota plays the next three at home versus New Orleans, Chicago and Cleveland. Tickets for all upcoming games are on sale now!
Ricky Rubio has taken some heat this season, but his 17-assist game this week has sure quieted a lot of his critics. The performance from Rubio helped the Minnesota Timberwolves win three in a row last week over Dallas, Houston and OKC, the first three-game streak so far this season for Minnesota. Unfortunately, the momentum didn’t last for Sunday’s repeat with Dallas or Tuesday’s game against San Antonio. The season marches on, however, and the T-wolves will be up against Denver Nuggets and the Indiana Pacers this Sunday, Jan. 22, and Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Target Center in Minneapolis. We have great seats available—get yours now for only $15 and up!
The Minnesota Timberwolves are constantly playing against teams that have had more success than them this year. However, on Tuesday night they faced off against the Philadelphia 76ers, who are also at the bottom of the charts this year. The game seemed like it belonged to the 76ers when they had 26-point lead, but the Timberwolves were able to rally back to tie the game. In the end, it all came down to the final seconds. With 0.2 second left in the game, Robert Covington for the 76ers hit a fade-away shot after receiving the pass set up from a screen from Embiid. See if the Timberwolves can come off of the disappointing loss when your purchase your tickets today.
After losing to the Rockets on December 17, the Minnesota Timberwolves won their next two games. This marked their first consecutive wins since April. Their latest victory was against the Hawks on December 21. Andrew Wiggins had 19 points and Karl-Anthony Towns added 17 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to help the team get the victory over the Hawks. Zach LaVine also had 18 points. This was the second game without Dwight Howard, who is out with back tightness. The Timberwolves host the Kings on December 23 and then head to Oklahoma City to play the thunder on December 25. They will be back home on December 26 to host the Hawks. You still have time to get your tickets, with prices starting at $16.
The Minnesota Timberwolves had a home game against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night. A game they were hoping that would end in a win to boost their record. Unfortunately, the Timberwolves weren’t able to put a stop to the Spurs offense, especially Kawhi Leonard. Leonard seemed to be stepping on the gas the entire game, scoring 31 points for the Spurs to give them the 105-91 win over the Timberwolves. Andrew Wiggins, one of the Wolves typical high scorers, was quiet on Tuesday night. He only scored 11 points and struggled for most of the game. Get your tickets for their upcoming game against the Detroit Pistons on December 9.
Inconsistent play and second half meltdowns have been so characteristic of the Minnesota Timberwolves lately that fans and opponents know exactly what to expect heading into just about any game. Although many would like to blame Andrew Wiggins for the Timberwolves’ 4-8 record in five weeks of play, there’s a whole list of reasons for the unimpressive start from Minnesota. With lots more basketball still to be played, can Wiggins and the rest of the T-Wolves get it together before it’s too late? There are plenty of chances to see Minnesota play live at the Target Center, including games against the Jazz on Monday, Nov. 28, and the Knicks on Wednesday, Nov. 30. Don’t wait to purchase your tickets—prices start at only $6!
The Minnesota Timberwolves held their own against the Memphis Grizzlies in their season opener Wednesday, but were unable to follow through at the end for the win. Andrew Wiggins led the efforts for Minnesota, finishing with 25 points in the 98-102 loss. The T-wolves, who went just 29-53 last season, gave a strong performance in the preseason, even beating the Grizzlies just a week ago. They’ll have a few days to pick themselves up, dust themselves off and work out the kinks before Game 2 in Sacramento this Saturday, Oct. 29. After that, they’ll have another chance against the Grizzlies in their home opener on Nov. 1. Get tickets for the rematch from us now for $15 and up.
There’s been talk for a few years about how the Minnesota Timberwolves are a team on the rise, but that hasn’t shown on the court in recent seasons. However, if the team’s preseason play is indicative of what’s to come in the regular season, 2016-2017 could be the year when the T-Wolves get over the hump. Minnesota is off to a great start, beating other Western Conference contenders like the Denver Nuggets by double digits and showing that the players can handle their business on both sides of the ball. The Timberwolves’ home opener will be on November 1 against the Memphis Grizzlies, and tickets for that game start as low as $10.
The ceiling is high for the Minnesota Timberwolves this season. The T-Wolves have one of the youngest rosters in the NBA, but those youthful players have been mentored by Kevin Garnett for the last couple seasons and now have an experienced coach in Tom Thibodeau. The team has talent at every position, and many of Minnesota’s second- and third-year players showed last season that they’re ready to take their games to the next level. If Karl-Anthony Towns is able to build on his stellar rookie campaign and the team improves on defense, you can expect to see the Timberwolves in the playoffs next spring. If you want in on the preseason action, the Denver Nuggets come to Minnesota on October 12. Tickets stat at $26.
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