Keys To the Wolf Den: Growth and Inexperience from Minnesoa T-Wolves

December 10th, 2009 by Matthew Hayden Leave a reply »
"Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn't work hard." -Kevin Durant

"I can't be as good as I am unless I help the team." -Kevin Garnett

A side note: I've decided to do most of my articles on Bleacher report starting with "Keys to the Wolf Den," so that fans will know it's my writing.

The Timberwolves have impressed despite dropping three of their last five games, all closely contested, and in which the Wolves would have won the game on the stat sheet.

In every game during this stretch, the Timberwolves have outrebounded, shot over 50 percent from the field, and has put together amazing runs that would suggest the Wolves are better than what their record (3-19) would suggest.

However, there is one element to their game, despite their stellar play that is constantly haunting the young pups, and that is simply put, their inexperience.

As a Wolves fan, one can look at the game and see a quarter of complete dominance and stellar play featuring a triangle offense that looks better each game they play. As a Wolves fan, one can look at the game and see the momentum shift, and it is the Wolves being hunted when they ...

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