5:07 AM EDT, Fri September 25, 2020

Jake Layman happy to be back with Wolves, broken nose and all

Jake Layman, who averaged 9.1 points last season for the Wolves, is wearing a mask during group workouts, and playing is something Layman has craved after a season that began full of promise before injuries.
Dunking with Wolves 10 hours ago

Don’t expect the Minnesota Timberwolves to draft a surprise at No. 1

Don’t expect the Minnesota Timberwolves to pull a shocker on the night of the 2020 NBA Draft. Anthony Edwards seems to be the presumed selection for the Minnesota Timberwolves with the No. 1 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. That said, there’s a lot of questions at the top of the draft, and it may […] Don’t expect the Minnesota Timberwolves to draft a surprise at No. 1 - Dunking with Wolves - Dunking with Wolves - A Minnesota Timberwolves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Dunking with Wolves 12 hours ago

Minnesota Timberwolves Roundup: In-Market Bubble, free agency

The Minnesota Timberwolves’ In-Market Bubble is underway, and we’re starting to see videos from the on-court action. The Minnesota Timberwolves have passed the “hard quarantine” portion of the In-Market Bubble and advanced to on-court action on Thursday. While we don’t yet have the answer as to whether or not any of the scrimmages will be […] Minnesota Timberwolves Roundup: In-Market Bubble, free agency - Dunking with Wolves - Dunking with Wolves - A Minnesota Timberwolves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Canis Hoopus 12 hours ago
Dane Moore NBA Podcast: Deni Avdija and RJ Hampton Film Review

Dane Moore NBA Podcast: Deni Avdija and RJ Hampton Film Review

Photo by Marko Metlas/Euroleague Basketball via With the No. 1 overall pick in hand, it’s very unlikely that the Minnesota Timberwolves use their first round selection on Maccabi Tel Aviv’s Deni Avdija. That said, the possibility of trading up from No. 17 or down from No. 1 is reason enough to keep Avdija on Timberwolves follower’s radar. There is also RJ Hampton, the No. 5 prospect in the 2019 high school class who played for the New Zealand Breakers this season, who is another possibility for the Timberwolves — most likely with that No. 17 pick. Will DeBerg, who coaches...
Canis Hoopus 17 hours ago
What We Want To See From The Timberwolves Bubble

What We Want To See From The Timberwolves Bubble

Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports Wolves ball is (kind of) back, baby. The entire world is filled with strange and unprecedented practices at the moment, and the Minnesota Timberwolves roster not being able to share the same room or engage in any sort of team practice for the last six months is certainly one of them. After a long six months, that has finally changed. It might not be actual, physical games (it likely won’t be for another three months at least), but it’s fresh meat for fans and analysts alike to cling on to. Individual workouts and five-on-five scrimmages seem to be on...