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NBA Head Coaches Fired at the End of the Season

Posted on 22 Apr, 2014, by in Featured, NBA

Not all head coaches who left their teams at the end or during the 2013-14 NBA regular season were fired. Tyrone Corbin didn’t get his contract picked up by the Utah Jazz. Rick Adelman retired from coaching altogether, but the Minnesota Timberwolves wouldn’t have kept him. Maurice Cheeks was fired mid-season by the Detroit Pistons, while Mike Woodson got the axe from the New York Knicks a week after he failed to make the playoffs. More

Ricky Rubio & Derrick Williams Make the Minnesota Timberwolves Worth Watching

Posted on 14 Apr, 2013, by in NBA

It’s been a long time since the Minnesota Timberwolves last had a chance to make the postseason, but it doesn’t mean they can’t make the garbage time of the season a little bit more fun, and with Ricky Rubio back to the best of his ability, making Derrick Williams seem like someone Rick Adelman sorta missed out on this season, it does look like a team worthwhile watching despite the lack of playoff interest or chances. More

Minnesota Timberwolves – Ricky Rubio Closer to Where he Needs to be At

Posted on 9 Jan, 2013, by in NBA

A big reason for the Minnesota Timberwolves turning once again into a popular team is Ricky Rubio, who is slowly recovering from his injury and returning to his form from last season. More

Minnesota Timberwolves – Sick Kevin Love Better Than Nothing

Posted on 1 Dec, 2012, by in NBA

Somehow, the Minnesota Timberwolves keep winning. At first they were missing both Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio, but now Love is back. Andrei Kirilenko is injured, Brandon Roy is facing retirement again. Not stability whatsoever, but the Timberwolves are in a good place, rebounding from a long losing streak, waiting for the return of their prodigal point guard. More

Minnesota Timberwolves – Doing Great Without Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio

Posted on 10 Nov, 2012, by in NBA

Believe it or not, the Minnesota Timberwolves are 4-1 to start off the season despite playing without both Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio. Their latest victims in their surprising start were the struggling Indiana Pacers, who simply messed up on the final play, allowing Chase Budinger to score a game winning layup with 0.8 second left on the clock. More