David Kahn: "It’s Time To Change the Culture of the Minnesota Timberwolves"

December 28th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
The Minnesota Timberwolves just won back to back games for the second time this season, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers and the New Orleans Hornets. While the Cavaliers game was an ugly win, the New Orleans Hornets game gave a clear flash as to what kind of team the Minnesota Timberwolves can be. One thing is clear, the youth and inconsistency will go away eventually with some experience in game time situations, and just some chemistry.

Understand that this team is featuring 11 new players, some hand me down talents from other teams that haven't quite got into their own skin, and yet it's clear to see that the Wolves have turned into a team similar to the Oakland Raiders of the NFL. That means that players that have been high draft picks, or have had a history of injuries of failure, can go to the Minnesota Timberwolves in hopes of a fair chance. 

Head coach Kurt Rambis said in regards to Darko, "Just give us a fair chance, and we'll give you one." So far, everyone is now starting to get their fair shot one way or another. Point guard Jonny Flynn got to show his skills in his rookie season consistently, Corey Brewer was a most improved player candidat ...

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