Chris Finch Pushes Back On Excessive Pick-and-Roll Usage
By Charlie Walton - Sep 26, 2023
When the Minnesota Timberwolves acquired Rudy Gobert last July, a new challenge appeared in Chris Finch’s inbox. Suddenly, he had to blend Minnesota’s diverse offensive talent. The […]
Chris Finch Reveals His Blueprint For Pairing KAT and Gobert
By Charlie Walton - Sep 19, 2023
Before the mid-2000s, the NBA was full of players who dominated close to the basket. All-timers such as Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Wilt Chamberlain, and Shaquille O’Neal […]
Anthony Edwards’ World Cup Campaign Was Almost Perfect
By Charlie Walton - Sep 12, 2023
On Sunday morning, the 2023 FIBA World Cup wrapped up after Team Germany beat Serbia 83-77. Heading into the World Cup, most pundits didn’t expect Germany and […]
Chris Finch Lays Out the Past, Present, and Future for Him and the Wolves
By Charlie Walton - Sep 7, 2023
Thursday morning, Chris Finch’s appearance with JJ Reddick on The Old Man and The Three podcast went live. Reddick and his partner Tommy Atler have done a […]
Anthony Edwards Can Shine In Mid-Market Minnesota
By Charlie Walton - Sep 5, 2023
Anthony Edwards quickly became must-see TV when he entered the NBA scene in 2020. He averaged 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists on 39% from the […]
Karl-Anthony Towns Is Maturing As A Scorer
By Charlie Walton - Aug 29, 2023
Offense has always been the focal point of Karl-Anthony Towns’ game. Dating back to his college days at Kentucky, Towns wowed scouts with his low post-offensive ability. […]
KAT Is Looking Like A New Version Of Himself
By Charlie Walton - Aug 22, 2023
Everyone knows about the concerns that followed the Rudy Gobert trade. Sure, the haul of five players and five picks that the Minnesota Timberwolves gave up for […]
The Wolves Should Use Their Lack Of National TV Games As Motivation
By Charlie Walton - Aug 19, 2023
On Thursday afternoon, the NBA released the 2023-24 regular season schedule for all teams. The Minnesota Timberwolves will be opening their season on the road against the […]
Ant’s FIBA Play Highlights His Evolution As A Two-Way Player
By Charlie Walton - Aug 15, 2023
When the Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Anthony Edwards first overall in 2020, most people were focused on what he could do on the offensive end. Edwards averaged just […]
Would the Wolves Ever Need Gobert To Stretch the Floor?
By Charlie Walton - Aug 9, 2023
August is the slowest month in the NBA’s off-season. The draft, hype around free agency, and Summer League have all passed. The NBA community is left to […]
Anthony Edwards’ Leadership Shined Through In USA’s First Game
By Charlie Walton - Aug 8, 2023
This was Anthony Edwards’ first time playing basketball in 103 days, so bear with me as I try my best not to overreact to a preliminary game […]
Anthony Davis’ Contract Extension Puts KAT’s Into Perspective
By Charlie Walton - Aug 5, 2023
On Friday afternoon, All-Star forward Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers agreed to a three-year, $186 million maximum contract extension, keeping him in LA through 2028. […]