Discussion in 'Minnesota Timberwolves' started by Nosferatu, Mar 19, 2018.
So, if the Wolves miss the playoffs do they move to Seattle or are they contracted?
Barring another injury to the current starting 5, no chance they miss.
Of the 8 remaining teams with realistic chances, ours is the easiest schedule by far... and It's not even close.
Now, if for some reason they do miss out, it'll be your fault....
So, the Wolves are now 1 - 4 against Phoenix and Memphis this season, the two worst teams in the league. I actually hope they miss the playoffs so the fans don't have to watch them be embarrassed by Houston or Golden St.
We are 0 - 1 against the worst team in the east and it would not surprise me if after Wednesday they are 0 - 2 against the Hawks...
Good teams don't lose to the worst teams in the league, Timberwolves fans should know this very well...
You shut your whore mouth!
I want the Wolves to make the playoffs, but if missing them gets rid of that pile of garbage Thibs I am all for it. He combines the coaching prowess of Kurt Rambis with the gm skills of David Kahn.
Well, they made the playoffs finally. First time ever without Kevin Garnett on the team, too. Even though they're guaranteed to get routed in the first round, it's nice to see them finally do something for a change.
I hear you about Thibs. While I'm not a fan of how he runs his players into the ground and think he's been less than stellar at helping develop Wiggins and KAT, he's gotten them further than any other coach in team history without Garnett carrying the team. I'm really not sure how many quality head coaching candidates would be out there that would actually be interested in joining the Timberwolves anyway.
I'm just posting here to get @Win TWINS!!! to acknowledge me...
Well, they're already done for that series. That sure didn't take long.
I'm just returning to get my acknowledgement from @Win TWINS!!! that I heard about.
At least they won one, nobody expected the upset in this series and they didn't get swept, puppy steps!
I hear you. But as nice as it was to see them finally end the playoff drought, it just feels like a disappointing season nonetheless. The progression of Wiggins and Towns thus far just hasn't lived up to the hype. It's got the Rubio/Love combo vibe to it that will just never pan out to be as great as it was supposed to be.
I never figured Wiggins would be the player we all hoped he'd be but Towns was a major let down this year, if anything he's regressed. How can you be a professional basketball player and not even try on the defensive end, I seriously don't get it...
Remember when people were asking who would you rather have KAT or Anthony Davis, that seems kinda silly now...
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