Which moment, most of all? The ones that occur to me, in moving pictures and less-than-moving words, followed by your vote:
Every one of these poll options is a legitimate choice for me. If Jonny Flynn hadn't undergone his surgery last summer, maybe his confidence wouldn't be a tattered flag in a stiff breeze at this point; "developing young talent" would be a lot less laughable even if he'd had his rookie year all over again. The early losses to Miami and Orlando were a free fall right out of the gate. (For that matter we turned on each other all summer over Wes and Cousins, and then lost in a late-game swoon to Sacramento in a game where neither of them really did that much.)
My vote, though, goes to the three-point explosions. They touch on Rambis and his coaching traits and the talent, together. What else has been as consistent as the Wolves' struggles to play perimeter defense?
Love's productivity, though, is not far behind. For much of the season, that's who we were to the NBA at large. And It Was Good.
What did I miss?