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In the 49th game on the road to oblivion, the timid and meek Minnesota Timberwolves take on the monstrous Cleveland Uncle Drews.
Rick Adelman is already in Cleveland. Hopefully. Although, we can't be sure because the pilot of the team plane may have heard that Mumford and Sons were allowed on stage with Mavis Staples to sing The Weight and he/she may have immediately put the plane into a nosedive. Cleanse your palates with people who can actually carry a tune and play their instruments:
They even take the time to dress nice. The banjo player is also capable of more than strumming 3 chords over and over and over--softer, THAN LOUDER!!!, than softer, THAN LOUDER!!! Amazing, I know.
Anywho, Our Beloved Puppies roll into Cleveland on a downward spiral. What is kind of crazy about the remainder of the season is that the Wolves have played only 48 games. This is 3 fewer than Cleveland and 2-4 games fewer than everybody else in their division. From here on out, they are going to average a game every 2 days. REINFORCEMENTS, PLEASE!!!
Speaking of the upcoming schedule, now that we can put Fan Posts up on the front page I've received a few emails and comments asking if we can do a sign up for the remaining games. If people are up for this, please sign up in the comments. Here's the schedule.
OK, it's time to go watch the remainder of Walking Dead before heading off to dreamland. Our blogging buddies for the day are over at Fear the Sword. Be excellent to each other, kick Mumford and his jackass sons in the nuts whenever you get the chance, and stay away from Dr. John's peyote.
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