Keys to the Wolf Den: Defending the Minnesota Timberwolves Pythagorean Theorem

March 13th, 2010 by Matthew Hayden Leave a reply »
The Minnesota Timberwolves are subject to many topics of disgrace and disgust, everywhere from the players, to the coaches, to the decision making of the GM.

One of those many topics have to be the head coach running the triangle offense with a young Wolves team.

Many teams have failed to run the offense successfully, and the only teams that have run the offense successfully were sporting two of the top NBA talents of all time in Kobe Bryant and Micheal Jordan.

The Timberwolves currently lead the league in Turnovers, and i'm pretty sure that they lead the league in opponent field goal percentage and fast break points given.

But in many games, the Wolves although have turned the ball over several times, they still are able to sustain reasonable differentials in score amounts, and despite more often than not having a low field goal percentage, and horrific three-point shooting percentages, the Wolves don't have problems scoring the ball on most nights.

There are nights when Al Jefferson scores 10 points, the Wolves leading scorer and yet still are put in positions to win games.

The main difference between the La ...

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