Explaining The Minnesota Timberwolves Offseason From Their Point Of View

July 29th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
The media and the alike have done nothing wrong, except say hardly anything right.

While the Minnesota Timberwolves look ahead to another losing season, the future is brighter, and the media hasn't realized it. One thing that I have learned, is that the NBA is a "here-and-now" league. Meaning, if you can't win now, there is no future, and there will never be.

There are many reasons for this that I don't understand, nor will I try to understand, but the media have the Minnesota Timberwolves completely wrong, and I cannot believe the criticism that has been taken by them.

Let's start off with the positive things they did this offseason, as in what the media deemed positive.

Michael Beasley

Trading two future 2nd round picks for Beasley : This cannot go wrong for the Wolves. While the Miami Heat will have a top 10 2nd round pick next season, that more than likely won't equate to how the Timberwolves will benefit from Michael Beasley's on court production.

Michael Beasley's a proven 15 point, seven rebound player. During college, he was your definition of a franchise power forward. Incredibly athletic, extremely s ...

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