What Could Be Positive About the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Losing Streak?

November 13th, 2009 by Matthew Hayden Leave a reply »
In an eight game losing skid, there was much positivity to be said about the Wolves when the Wolves came within single figures of beating the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers, and the Phoenix Suns.

Now that they have dropped games against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Portland Trailblazers, and the Golden State Warriors, all positivity has almost been dropped, and has Wolves fans hanging their heads pondering the EXTREMELY long season ahead of us.

But all is well, and while the Wolves are on track to be a horrible team, there are some few positives that I'd like to point out.


Kurt Rambis

He appears to really "be Phil Jackson's former right hand man." His knowledge and intelligence of the game is immense, and it actually impresses me about the things he says.

One thing that Phil Jackson always amazed me with, was that he was always critical of his team, and constantly pointing out mistakes, despite a win of 20+ points. Kurt Rambis is the same way, only that the Wolves are losing. He points out many flaws even in stretches where the Wolves are actually playing good basketball.


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