Jack Borman is the Editor-in-Chief here at Canis Hoopus. This is his fifth season covering the Minnesota Timberwolves, and is a credentialed writer on both the Wolves and Lynx beats. Jack earned a degree from Boston College in Management with Marketing and Business Analytics concentrations. Upon graduating in 2021, he returned to his hometown of Minneapolis to work full-time as a Data and Marketing Analyst for Prep Network, a local startup sports media and events company that covers and operates high school and club sports events throughout the country. His work can also be found on Locked On Minnesota's video and audio channels. You can follow Jack on Twitter @jrborman13 or email him at email@example.com.
Anthony Edwards and the Timberwolves are right back to it on Monday to cap off a seven-game home stand against
Monk scored 35 of his 39 points in the second half and overtime to beat the Timberwolves, who got a career-high 26 points from Jaden McDaniels in a tough loss.
The Timberwolves fan favorite came out on top over Kyle-Anderson, Nickeil Alexander-Walker and Monte Morris, who have all played key roles for Chris Finch off Minnesota’s bench.
Anthony Edwards poured in a game-high 34 points in a dominating win over Victor Wembanyama and the Spurs, who turned it over 23 times for 30 Wolves points.
This week, we’re exploring how the Timberwolves’ bench minutes hierarchy should be ordered among Naz Reid, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Monte Morris and Kyle Anderson.
Franchise cornerstones Anthony Edwards and Victor Wembanyama will face off as the Timberwolves host the Spurs at Target Center on Tuesday night.
The Timberwolves got 28 points from Anthony Edwards to cap off their ESPN All-Access Day, but it wasn’t enough to take down the Bucks, who got 33 points from Giannis Antetokounmpo in the win.
Minnesota Timberwolves fans are extremely bullish on their team coming out of the All-Star break atop the Western Conference. Team President Tim Connelly’s moves have certainly added to that.
Conley has served as a key mentor for franchise cornerstone Anthony Edwards while serving as the lead locker room voice for the first-place Timberwolves.
Towns scored a game-high 50 points in the Western Conference All-Stars’ 211-186 loss to the Eastern Conference All-Stars, led by Damian Lillard’s 39 points.