Minnesota Timberwolves: 30 Games in, the T-Wolves Coaching Staff in Question

December 25th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
Your only good as your last game, and your team is as good as your weakest link. The Minnesota Timberwolves are currently 6-24, good for the 2nd worst in the league only to the Sacramento Kings. The Minnesota Timberwolves are once again the worst defensive team in the league by far, but happen to be one of the top rebounding and scoring teams.

This team is 6-24, but there are no rumors of turbulence or chemistry issues. No one has said anything bad about the team, and the players are holding each other accountable. With that being said, the Timberwolves have some extremely talented players and it has shown in their play. However, with youth comes inexperience, and it's become apparent that this team is just too young to compete with the marquee teams.

As far as talent, the Wolves are in the top 20 at the very least, which means that without the unnecessary chemistry issues (see Demarcus Cousins) they are headed in the right direction. The fact of the matter is, the Minnesota Timberwolves are a bad team, no other way to put it. To say that they won't get better is just poor judgement on any sports fan. With player personnel like Kevin Love and Michael Beasley ...

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