The Minnesota Timberwolves have two All-NBA players in the same season for the first time in 14 years.
Karl-Anthony Towns eligible for $188 million extension after he and Jimmy Butler earn All-NBA honors
by: Jace Frederick — Pioneer Press 24 May
Karl-Anthony Towns’ potential pay day just got a little bigger. Towns, who’s eligible to sign an extension this summer, can now earn up to $188 million on a five-year extension after ea…
by: Charlie Johnson — SB Nation: Canis Hoopus 24 May
With the NBA Award season under way, the Wolves are being recognized for their first winning season in over a decade.
by: Colton Molesky — Fanrag Sports 24 May
The Houston Rockets have evened the series at 2-2 headed back to Texas. Colton Molesky is joined by the Dream Shake’s Jeremy Brener, to break down the series. Brener shares his reaction to game four before the duo drafts the top five players from the...
by: Ryan Phillips — The Big Lead 24 May
Five Karl-Anthony Towns trade scenarios.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 23 May
Minnesota Timberwolf Jimmy Butler has been named to the 2017-18 NBA All-Defensive Second Team.
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 23 May
Metta World Peace discusses the time he cracked Michael Jordan’s ribs (and Jordan still hit the game winner).
by: DrewMahowald — SB Nation: Canis Hoopus 23 May
Despite missing 23 games, Butler was voted one of the 10 best defenders of the 2017-18 NBA season.
by: Jace Frederick — Pioneer Press 23 May
Throughout the 2017-18 campaign, Tom Thibodeau noted how Jimmy Butler “changed everything” for the Timberwolves. No where was that more true than the defensive end. While the Timberwolv…
by: Trey Flynn — Fansided: Dunking with Wolves 23 May
Jimmy Butler makes this his fourth NBA All-Defensive Team nomination, his first with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Jimmy Butler has now been named to the def...