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Naz Reid Has Fulfilled His Potential Coming Out Of LSU
By Mitchell Hansen - Jan 6, 2022
One of the best stories in sports is seeing an undrafted player become a hidden gem. There have been multiple examples throughout NBA history, from Ben Wallace […]
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Should Chris Finch Be In the Conversation For Coach of the Year?
By Mitchell Hansen - Dec 23, 2021
During the 2020-21 season, the Minnesota Timberwolves surprised everyone with the abrupt firing of Ryan Saunders and immediate hiring of Chris Finch to take over as head […]
USA Basketball Got it Right Naming Cheryl Reeve Women’s National Team Head Coach
By Mitchell Hansen - Dec 8, 2021
After the USA Basketball Women’s National Team claimed its seventh straight gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics last summer, a major question heading into the next Olympic […]
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Is Anthony Edwards Already the Most Entertaining Player in Wolves History?
By Mitchell Hansen - Dec 2, 2021
The Minnesota Timberwolves have found themselves right around the .500 mark a quarter of the way into the 2021-22 NBA season and in the heart of the […]
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Where Do This Year’s City Edition Jerseys Rank in Wolves History?
By Mitchell Hansen - Nov 18, 2021
Each season, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the rest of the NBA come up with an alternate or “city edition” jersey to accompany the traditional set of uniforms. […]
There Are Questions Ahead For Lynx This Offseason
By Mitchell Hansen - Nov 3, 2021
The offseason is officially in full swing for the Minnesota Lynx and the rest of the WNBA after the Chicago Sky claimed the 2021 championship in the […]
Could Sylvia Fowles Step Away From Lynx After Career Year?
By Mitchell Hansen - Oct 1, 2021
After going through an injury-filled season last year, veteran Minnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles entered her 14th year in the WNBA looking to bounce back and show […]
The Lynx Are Already Focused On Next Year
By Mitchell Hansen - Sep 29, 2021
Key additions the Minnesota Lynx made over the offseason did not deliver on their title aspirations. A late-season surge resulted in the No. 3 seed and a […]
The Stage is Set: Lynx Host Chicago Sky to Begin WNBA Playoffs
By Mitchell Hansen - Sep 25, 2021
After receiving the third seed and a one-round bye while awaiting their opponent following the first round of the WNBA Playoffs, the Minnesota Lynx now know who […]
The Lynx Await Their Opponent As Postseason Play Begins
By Mitchell Hansen - Sep 21, 2021
The Minnesota Lynx had to wait until the regular-season finale to determine what seed they would hold for the postseason. Still, a win over the Washington Mystics […]
Looking Back at Key Moments From the Regular Season
By Mitchell Hansen - Sep 16, 2021
It’s hard to believe, but the conclusion of the regular season is officially here, with the 32-game schedule wrapping up on Sunday and the WNBA Playoffs tipping […]
Aerial Powers’ Play Will Continue To Be Big For the Lynx
By Mitchell Hansen - Sep 14, 2021
Last offseason, Aerial Powers was part of a three-player free-agent group along with Kayla McBride and Natalie Achonwa who signed with the Minnesota Lynx to try to […]