Wolves Single-Game Tickets To Go On Sale Friday, Sept. 21
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"We're very excited about the additions and changes to our team this summer," said Timberwolves President Chris Wright. "We feel very confident about the roster we've assembled and anticipate making a great run at postseason play this season."
To purchase Wolves single-game tickets exclusively through the pre-sale opportunity, follow the Timberwolves on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MNTimberwolves) or twitter (https://twitter.com/MNTimberwolves), or subscribe to WolvesWire, the team's official team E-Newsletter (http://www.nba.com/timberwolves/news/wolveswire_sign_up.html).
The general public can purchase individual regular-season tickets starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 21 at timberwolves.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, by calling 1-800-4-NBA-TIX or by visiting the Target Center box office.
Six 2012-13 marquee games are not available for purchase through single-game tickets. The only way to ensure a seat to those contests is via full-season and Flex packages. The six games include two contests vs. Oklahoma City (Dec. 20 and March 29), two matchups with the Los Angeles Lakers (Feb. 1 and March 27) and single games with Miami (March 4) and Boston (April 1). Full-season and Flex packages are currently on sale for 2012-13. Fans can call 612-673-1234 for information on the package deal that best fits their needs.
The Timberwolves open their 24th season with a home contest vs. the Sacramento Kings on Nov. 2 at 7:00 p.m. on the Wolves' exclusive over-the-air broadcast home, WFTC My29. Notable home games include Dec. 20 and March 29 vs. Oklahoma City, Feb. 1 and March 27 vs. L.A. Lakers, a visit from LeBron James and the defending NBA champion Miami Heat (March 4) and a trip to Target Center by Kevin Garnett and the Boston Celtics on April 1.
A franchise-record 78 regular-season Wolves games will be televised locally in 2012-13, including 50 on Fox Sports North, 25 on WFTC My29 and three on TNT. The Wolves will play 14 nationally-televised games this season, most since the 2005-06 campaign. This year will be the Wolves’ second on their flagship station, News Radio 830 WCCO-AM, which will air all regular season and playoff games and feature half-hour pregame and postgame shows. The games can also be heard on the Wolves Radio Network, consisting of 27 stations spanning Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
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