The Canis crew's analysis of our favorite NBA team.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have the best record in the NBA, propelled by a franchise-best 13-2 record in November.
The Wolves star is averaging a career-high in assists, but isn’t making headlines with flashy plays. He is making simple reads consistently, which goes a long way.
Anthony Edwards has taken a lot more midrange shots this season. It begs the question, is it a good shot, and what does it open up for his game by taking them?
Karl-Anthony Towns is off to one of the most efficient starts to a season in his career, as he is on pace for a 50-40-90 season and NBA statistical immortality.
There’s a lot to be optimistic about so far this season. But in light of a day where we stuffed ourselves and crashed on the couch, I wanted to take a look at a few of those things thus far.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are going to be without defensive stalwart Jaden McDaniels for 2-3 weeks, the team announced.
How have Kyle Anderson, Nickeil Alexander-Walker and Naz Reid fared through 12 games?
Through eleven games of the season, how are Anthony Edwards, Karl-Anthony Towns and the rest of the Timberwolves starters grading out?
An 8-2 start is as good as any of us could hope for. How did Minnesota do it?
Karl-Anthony Towns has not played well offensively to start the season for the Minnesota Timberwolves, but he has still been able to provide value in other areas.
Nickeil Alexander-Walker has struggled on the offensive end so far, but his defensive impact can be felt outside of a traditional box score.
The Timberwolves’ young star delivered 38 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and a steal to lift Minnesota over Boston and cement his place in the league.
The Wolves have bounced back from an embarrassing road loss in Atlanta, and it’s largely due to the play of a few different lineup combinations Chris Finch likes to find in games. We’ll look at the root of a couple of them.
From Kyle Anderson’s brilliance to poor transition defense, and everything in between, there’s plenty to analyze from the Wolves’ 2-2 start.
He may not be the most eye-catching player on the floor, but Jaden McDaniels is essential to what the Minnesota Timberwolves are building, and he has further proven that so far this season.
Vegas knows all - and yo-yos our feelings in the process. I try and cut through the clutter of where the odds see the Wolves, and the rest of the NBA’s Western Conference.
Rudy Gobert and Mike Conley bring plenty of postseason experience, but how battle-tested is the whole roster?
Despite Minnesota’s opening night loss to the Toronto Raptors, Chris Finch’s offense can look at their preseason film to get back on track.
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.
Tim Connelly, Chris Finch, and Anthony Edwards are the best trio of general manager, coach, and franchise player the Minnesota Timberwolves have ever had as they look to bring the organization to heights it has never reached before.
Individual Wolves players got some national recognition in the most recent NBA GM survey, but some important names were left off and the team overall is not being taken seriously.
What are roles and key statistics to focus in on for Naz Reid, Shake Milton, and the rest of the Timberwolves bench?
This year’s NBA General Manager survey revealed that executives are taking notice of Anthony Edwards’ top-level talent.
Uncle Mike may be the least talked about Timberwolves starter, but he does still get some deserved love from NBA General Managers.