In 2016, the Minnesota Timberwolves were slated to become the next young team to burst on to the scene. The core of Towns, Lavine, Wiggins, and Dunn were projected to become a dynasty in just a few seasons. This destiny, however, never came to fruition because of a series of impatient moves orchestrated by the current front office. Read Part One Here!
By Dastan Haghnazari
Despite Butler’s injury late in the season, Minnesota still found a way to sneak into the playoffs with a close win over Denver for the eight seed in the West. Being the eight seed, the Timberwolves had to play against the Houston Rockets (this year’s best team) in the first round. Minnesota was able to pull out one win out of their five game series against Houston, a somewhat impressive feat for such a young team. Read Full Article Here!