Are you going to watch? You already have this as a loss!
Do you want them to make the playoffs? If they get the sixth spot, they would be playing a team with a much better record.
You've got all the excuses ready. I can always count on your for that.
I believe the timberwolves are expecting a win. I'm on their side.
You and I had this same exact thing a while back and the wolves won. Let's do it again.
Yes they don’t care about you. They have the tv money and until tv gets upset teams don’t care.Andrew Wiggins hasn't played for the Warriors since 2/13. He may not play again this season. It's for "personal reasons" and nobody is saying what they are. This seems to be the rule now across baseball, football, hockey and the NBA.
"Buy tickets! Buy merchandise! Watch the games! Cheer for your team!"
- What's going on with the health of the players?
"None of your damn business!
Whatever is going on with Andrew Wiggins, the Warriors are committed to keeping this in their family. That's worthy of respect.theathletic.com
That seems impossible considering he was face to face with a ref still asking for a timeout.How awful and one sided was the officiating last night? The Star Tribune, who major in "it's NEVER about the refs", did a story on how awful they were last night
Oh and how in the hell couldn't they see Mazzulla? He was actually within the 3pt line on the other side of the court!
"After the game, Timberwolves coach Chris Finch's voice was rough, raspy. A cold coming on? Perhaps. But also, maybe the result of arguing — too often vainly — calls over the previous 2 ½ hours.
In the locker room, Jaden McDaniels wasn't saying anything. Across the room, Rudy Gobert was picking his words carefully.
"We all, sometimes, we have that feeling that the things that get players and people in general furious is we feel like we're not being treated with integrity," he said.
Wednesday at Target Center the Wolves lost to Eastern Conference power Boston 104-102, the final result closer because of Mike Conley's last-second three-pointer..
Only for the game to finish in frustration — four technical fouls were called on the Wolves, the last two in the final seconds against Anthony Edwards and Kyle Anderson not long after a botched jump ball may have decided the game.
"It was really rough out there,'' said Finch. "It felt a little unbalanced at times.''
For example, Finch couldn't understand why Boston coach Joe Mazzulla didn't get called for a technical when he raced from the Celtics bench to the other side of the court twice, the last time screaming for a timeout just before that jump ball. Turns out the refs indicated they didn't see Mazzulla.."
In a game that had the Wolves — and their fans — thinking they were playing against both the Celtics and the officials, Minnesota was down by as many as 14, but couldn't get over the hump.www.startribune.com
That seems impossible considering he was face to face with a ref still asking for a timeout.
they had the game won 5 different times near the end of regulation and in the first overtime.I’m sure this won’t be a damaging loss to their playoffs hopes.