Jared Martinson has been writing for Canis Hoopus since the 2022-23 NBA season, and specializes in film study and breakdowns, mostly through an offensive lens. He formerly wrote for A Wolf Among Wolves (RIP). Jared graduated from Bethel University in Minnesota with a journalism degree in 2020, and is currently a Content Specialist for Prep Network, a local startup sports media and events company. He also coaches high school football and basketball at Maple Grove High School in Minnesota. You can follow him on Twitter @JaredMartyMN.
For the fun or for the win, Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns made plenty of noise at the All-Star Weekend festivities.
A victory over the Houston Rockets on Sunday clinched the Western Conference leading role for the Timberwolves head man and his coaching staff.
An 8-2 start is as good as any of us could hope for. How did Minnesota do it?
Minnesota hasn’t had many consistent bright spots on offense this season. A healthy Rudy Gobert is in that rare company.
More under-the-radar than last season, the Wolves head into 2023-24 with continuity, and as always, hope. But how does it end up working out? The Canis Hoopus staff weighs in.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are back in action tonight, and so is the Canis Hoopus squad, ready to roll for another season in 2023-24.
A healthy spread of ball movement, structure and playmaking has the Timberwolves looking more purposeful than we saw all of last season.
A possible $30 million cap hit for the budding two-way star isn’t a franchise setback. It’s a steal.
The debut of the NBA’s In-Season Tournament will take place in 2023-24, and the Minnesota Timberwolves landed in the Western Conference’s solid Group C.