Ever since sending one hilariously hopeful Twitter DM in June of 2022, Thilo has been covering the Timberwolves for Canis Hoopus. As the first ever person to graduate Bennington College in sports journalism (fact-checked) AND the first ever person named after Latrell Sprewell to work for Canis (fact-check pending), Thilo tries to leverage his stubborn passion to create articles that feel genuine in voice and human in tone. He loves to re-ignite those conversations you used to have at the lunch table in your highschool cafeteria -- you know the ones -- while injecting overlaps with his passions in film, food, music, social activism, and whatever new hyper-fixation he has going on. He currently covers Canis' weekly NBA recap "In the Loopus" as well as other editorial pursuits. Thilo excels at producing extremely niche articles with intros featuring wide reaching anecdotes ranging from Cronenberg poetry to RZA's discography, as well as custom graphics that sometimes hurt to look at for too long. He's looking forward to covering the Lynx in the new league year. You can find him on Twitter at @125St1Train.
This week, we explore the development of young Grizzlies wings, Doc Rivers’ rocky start as coach of the Bucks, and check in on the key award standings, including MVP.
We’ll have you covered with live reactions and trade analysis throughout the day leading up to and after the 2024 NBA Trade Deadline
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The former Yankees legend can’t escape his story as a player, but maybe he can re-write it as an owner with the Minnesota Timberwolves, honoring Kevin Garnett’s place in franchise history.
In The Loopus: Toronto Turns the Page; Early Returns on Siakam Trade; Jordan Hawkins’ Rise, and more
While Pascal Siakam starts a new chapter with the Pacers, the Raptors are left closing the door on a championship era. We’re also talking Jordan Hawkins, Terry Rozier, and Doc Rivers this week.
Karl-Anthony Towns scored a career-high and franchise record 62 points, but Minnesota blew an 18-point second half lead at home to a now-10-31 Charlotte team.
This week, we’re talking the Grizzlies continual injury carousel, the Lakers’ sinking ship, the win-win Raptors/Knicks deal, and Duop Reath.
Current fan favorite Naz Reid embodies the spirit of a new era of Wolves basketball, much like a cult hero of old: Nikola Peković.
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This week, we’re covering the Grizzlies returning closer to full strength, a breakout in Portland, Draymond Green, Scottie Barnes and a whole lot more.