The Canis crew's analysis of our favorite NBA team.
Karl-Anthony Towns has had a stellar season in his own right, but his ability to unlock the best of Anthony Edwards has been one of the Wolves’ All-Star’s most admirable traits.
Slow-Mo has not had the best year, but the Timberwolves’ decision to keep him beyond the trade deadline has given Anderson new life as the sprint to the finish line looms.
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.
The Wolves sit at the All-star Break atop the West after making a move at the deadline. But how did we get here? And what are some moves that have helped re-shape the franchise?
As the All-Star break wraps up, time to check in on how Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Naz Reid, Kyle Anderson and the rest of the Timberwolves bench are grading out.
How does the best stretch of offensive basketball of the year effect the grades of Anthony Edwards, Rudy Gobert and the rest of the starters? Read on to find out!
For the fun or for the win, Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns made plenty of noise at the All-Star Weekend festivities.
The Timberwolves acquired Monte Morris for Shake Milton, Troy Brown Jr. and a 2030 second-round pick, and will reportedly add Marcus Morris Sr. via the buyout market.
Tim Connelly and the Timberwolves added Monte Morris at the trade deadline, but they likely aren’t done searching for reinforcements.
Wolves forward Jaden McDaniels has fought through frustration and moments of immaturity that have been detrimental to the team’s success. But does the 23-year-old deserve as much criticism as he receives?
How does a bench unit of Naz Reid, Kyle Anderson and Nickeil Alexander-Walker stack up against the 2003-04 Timberwolves?
How has one simple stat has created a trend for the Timberwolves this season?
The Wolves’ veterans have been instrumental to the team’s historic start. Their pick-and-roll dynamic remains excellent, and arguably the most efficient aspect of the Minnesota offense.
The Grizzlies star suffered a torn labrum in his right shoulder and will undergo season-ending surgery before making a full recovery ahead of the 2024-25 season.
The Wolves’ three-time All-Star is one of the most dynamic big men the league has ever seen, but asking him to focus on 3-pointers and post-ups may be the best path forward for Minnesota.
A look at how the Minnesota Timberwolves bench unit, including Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Kyle Anderson and Naz Reid, has fared halfway through the second quarter of the season.
Through the first eleven games of the second quarter of the season, how have Anthony Edwards, Karl-Anthony Towns and the rest of the Timberwolves starters fared?
The Minnesota Timberwolves own a Western Conference-best 24-8 record. Who might be able to help them retain the No. 1 seed?
With 2023 over and 2024 here, let’s a look at how the Minnesota Timberwolves’ G League affiliate, the Iowa Wolves, have performed so far this season.
The Canis Hoopus crew got together to each give one Wolves-related resolution to accomplish in 2024.
Anthony Edwards has given the Timberwolves fanbase something to look forward to with the team’s on-court product for the first time in a while, but does history show us something different might be coming?
The 28-year-old Wolves star is having a fantastic bounce-back season, propelled by exceptionally efficient play in the post.
Let’s examine how the Wolves dynamic front-court is rewriting their own history with an unexpected chemistry.
Jaden McDaniels is known primarily for his defense, but his offensive skill set is underutilized and goes unmentioned by most. It’s time for the Wolves to get him more involved.
The versatile forward has been a trade talk topic amongst Timberwolves fans. While there is an argument to be made about sending him elsewhere, should the Wolves do it?
Through one quarter of the season, how has the play of Naz Reid, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Kyle Anderson and the rest of the bench held up?
Wolves’ rotation pieces Naz Reid, Troy Brown Jr., Nickeil Alexander-Waker and Shake Milton. have taken this classic sports cliché to heart and made it a part of their identity while playing without star guard Anthony Edwards.
Twenty-one games into the season, how have Rudy Gobert, Anthony Edwards and the rest of the Timberwolves starters fared in the roles-based grading system?
The last time the Wolves were atop the Western Conference and near the top of the NBA was in 2003-04. Now 20 years later, they are in a similar spot, but could be even better in 2023-24.