Wolves forward Kevin Love brought a good luck charm to New York for the NBA Draft Lottery this week—a miniature Ricky Rubio action figure signifying Minnesota slotted for the No. 9 pick in this year's Draft.
Timberwolves.com compiled a list of mock drafts from reputable media outlets and compared who they have the Wolves and other teams taking at the NBA Draft. Check out which prospects are landing on the Wolves' ninth and 26th picks, and be sure to watch the Draft live on June 27 at 6 PM on ESPN.
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We're taking Flashback Friday to the next level this week. As a sneak peek at Timberwolves.com's soon-to-be launched new Draft hub, WolvesDraft.com, take a look back at the 1995 NBA Draft in Toronto when Minnesota selected Kevin Garnett with the fifth overall pick in this Draft Throwback gallery.
Wolves President of Basketball Operations Flip Saunders said the team will exhaust every opportunity to make the team better next season. That means they're open to all options when it comes to the No. 9 pick, which the secured at the NBA Draft Lottery last night, as well as their three other selections at the June 27 Draft.
Timberwolves.com's Mark Remme and John Focke are back this week breaking down a busy stretch of Draft coverage, including the Wolves securing the No. 9 pick at the NBA Draft Lottery last night and some of the ins and outs of the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago last week. They also take a look ahead at next week's pre-draft workouts at Target Center.
The Minnesota Timberwolves were awarded the ninth overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft at tonight's NBA Draft Lottery. Timberwolves.com caught up with forward Kevin Love, who represented the team on stage at the Lottery in New York, to get his take on the Draft, Flip Saunders, his health and more.
The Wolves will host dancer audition prep classes on Sunday, June 30 and Sunday, July 14. The classes will teach dance routines, give tips for a successful audition from an audition panel and facilitate a Q&A session. The classes will help prepare participants for open auditions, which will be held July 20.
Throughout the summer, Timberwolves.com will profile members of the 2012-13 team and take a look at how they performed as well as their preparations for next season. In Part II of this series, we profile Nikola Pekovic and his ever-growing game that has made him an enticing restricted free agent this offseason.
Rick Adelman won his 1,000th game on April 6 against Detroit at Target Center. Current and former players and coaches agree the reason for his success and for the respect he's gained league-wide over two decades is because of his patience, his calm teaching demeanor and his ability to get the most out the people around him.
The Timberwolves today named Flip Saunders as the franchise's President of Basketball Operations. Saunders returns to the organization he guided during its most successful years, highlighted by a trip to the 2004 Western Conference Finals.
The Target Center Renovation is a sensible solution to Target Center's economic woes. For 1/3 the cost of a new facility, the renovation will make Target Center competitive again with other national venues.