Could the Minnesota Timberwolves Really Go 8-74?

November 19th, 2009 by Joe Mikolai Leave a reply »
I believed in David Kahn, new head of basketball operations for the Minnesota Timberwolves, but eleven consecutive losses later, and its getting really hard to not fault the guy for the team's lack of depth and passion.

Not only did they lose again last night by 13 points in a very uncompetitive game, but only 11,137 (allegedly) even bothered to show up. Minnesota actually ranks twenty-first in the league in attendance for now, but that number is actually inflated due to early season visits by the Boston Celtics led by former Timberwolf Kevin Garnett and the Cleveland "LeBrons," not to mention the near sellout on opening night.

Not surprisingly, this putrid team is bad in all areas-1-6 at home, 0-5 on the road, and 0-8 in conference. At the end of the season, expect this team that doesn't appear to give a damn to be 30th in the league—right where it wants to be.

All offseason we were told to be patient. We were told, like the Knicks and Nets with dreams of LeBron James coming, that everything will be okay.

Thank God for the Nets, otherwise it would be the Wolves who would be 0-12, given their only win was their season opener agains ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.