Posts Tagged ‘Minnesota Timberwolves’

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ Poor Handling Of The Andrew Wiggins For Kevin Love Situation

In the movie “Groundhog Day,” Bill Murray played a weatherman who was forced to repeat the same day over and over again. That is essentially what has been going on with this reported Kevin Love for Andrew Wiggins trade. Pretty much every day for the past few weeks has consisted of the same breaking...
August 8th, 2014 | Basketball, Furious Stylez | Read More

The 300: Vinny Del Negro Could Re-Enter Our NBA Lives Soon

(Ed’s Note: Phillip Barnett has been down with the team since the ETSF/TalkHoops days of 2008. As is life, sometimes it takes a personal challenge to muster up words consistently. The self-proclaimed “I’m So Hideous(s)” is taking a new journey in putting up 300 words a day on the many questions,...
May 29th, 2014 | Basketball, Columns, I'm So Hideous, Sports | Read More

Blast From The Past: The 10th Anniversary Of Kevin Garnett’s Game 7 Masterpiece

The Brooklyn Nets are no longer a threat in the NBA Playoffs after being ousted last week by the Miami Heat in five dispirited, disheartening and disappointing games. While the Nets possessed a roster of names that even the most casual of fans heard of, it was all a mirage. Everything from the first...
May 19th, 2014 | Basketball, Soul On Ice | Read More

Derrick Williams Got Traded Today, So Let’s Reminisce Back To When He Single-Handedly Destroyed Duke

A trade was made between two middling teams in the NBA’s Western Conference that might not raise a blip on basketball fan’s radar. The Minnesota Timberwolves will send the 2011 No. 2 overall pick Derrick Williams to the Sacramento Kings in exchange for Luc Richard Mbah a Moute in a trade. Here...
November 26th, 2013 | Basketball, Ed The Sports Fan | Read More

6 NBA First-Half Storylines Of The Season That You Should Care About

We’re halfway home. Now that the calendar is edging closer to February and with our love affair with football reaching its climax in a few days, the time has come to focus the majority of our attention towards basketball. Yes, there will be time to still catch up on the college scene, but the...
January 28th, 2013 | Basketball, Lists, The Fam | Read More

Starting Lineups: Kevin Garnett Is No Longer The Good Michael Jordan

I make it a point to read the historical writing of Ralph Wiley. You should too. RIP. Late last night, after watching LeBron James and the Miami Heat lose in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Finals, I went on the digital joy ride that supplanted the automobile joy ride that I used to go on after...
June 6th, 2012 | Basketball, Ed The Sports Fan | Read More

Fan’s Perspective: When Kevin Garnett Realized Winning Was Everything

“I came out the womb, man. This how I am. I’m built like this.” There’s an elephant in the room. What is it exactly? Kevin Garnett’s career is almost over. This could be his last year. Or he could go on to play two more seasons. Either way, it’s something I’ve...
February 10th, 2012 | Basketball, J. Tinsley | Read More

Bryan Crawford, Zach Harper and Myles Brown on #theUCshow

Bulls slander. Lakers slander. LeBron slander. Kobe slander. Its all basketball everything (shoutout to CJ) on #this edition of theUCshow. Kenny and Ed first chop it up with SLAM Magazine’s Bryan Crawford as Kenny’s got some things to get off his chest with Bryan. Most notably, the assertion...
December 15th, 2011 | Basketball, The UC Show | Read More

The Seven Non-Playoff Team Plotlines You Should Follow This NBA Season

By Jay Anderson – @AverageBro With the NBA season just around the corner, bloggers and professional talking heads are already running the expected plotlines into the ground. Where will Dwight Howard end up? Is CP3 heading to New York? Can Dallas repeat? Will Lebron’s hairline ever come back?...
December 1st, 2011 | Basketball, The Fam | Read More

Latrell Fontaine Sprewell Appreciation Day

This is random as hell, but thanks to the discussion on the New York Knicks last night on the Unsportsmanlike Conduct show, a vivid memory came to the surface. It is a memory of literally one of my five favorite basketball players who ever lived. For people who frequent this site, they are bound to...
November 10th, 2011 | Basketball, Soul On Ice, Sports | Read More