Game Night Spotlight: Minute to Win It (Holiday Edition)

Game Night Spotlight: Minute to Win It (Holiday Edition)



Cristy Brusoe
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Fans were greeted with a holiday-themed halftime competition on Wednesday night during the Timberwolves home game against the Sixers.

Four loyal Timberwolves fans lined up at center court to take on the Minute to Win It challenge that stood before them.

The first event of the evening was called cup stacking. This involved stacking the cups until the blue cup was back on top.While some of the contestants became confused and started staking backwards, the red-headed Timberwolves fans wasn’t flustered and finished first.

The 2nd event featured holiday flavored cookies that the contestants had to maneuver down their faces and into their mouths. Although pegged as the “easiest” challenge, the contestants struggled to use their cheek muscles to guide the cookie down their face. Once again, the red-headed fan finished in record time and eliminated another contestant.

Unrolling four tubes of Christmas-themed wrapping paper was the final task the contestants faced. While the female fan was just finishing up her first roll, the red-headed fan had completed the challenge.

The winner was announced and red-headed and dominant, Dan took home the Treasure Island Prize Pack.


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