too many breakdowns on defense and a couple of those killer stretches
that have defined the Wolves’ season so far — and you have a 90-79
West Coast trip, the Wolves hoped their first game at Target Center
since Dec. 21 would be revitalizing. But a season-low 35-percent
shooting performance was impossible to overcome as the Wolves lost
their sixth straight game and 12th in 13 games to continue their free
are a league-worst 4-27 and off to the worst start in a franchise
history that has known plenty of losing.
become a lone wolf. Poor shooting from the perimeter has allowed
opposing defenses to collapse on Jefferson in the paint, and Wednesday
night was no different as the Timberwolves shot a season-low 35 percent
from the field.
one of the many who "got away" from having to wear a Minnesota uniform,
he will forever bring thoughts of what could have been. Tonight scoring
24 points, grabbing 5 boards and dishing out 3 assists, Roy showed he
can take over a game without shooting the ball well. Roy accomplished
these statistics in seemingly effortless fashion…all while Randy Foye
sat in a suit behind Minnesota’s bench.
one about four steps in on the right wing of one side — with tape.
When that didn’t work, they resorted to some quick-drying putty to
do the trick.