Talk Vikes and Other MN Sports Talk Vikes and Other MN Sports

Forums  Register  Login  My Profile  Inbox  Address Book  My Subscription  My Forums 

Photo Gallery  Member List  Search  Calendars  FAQ  Ticket List  Log Out

RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day

 
Logged in as: Guest
Users viewing this topic: none
  Printable Version
All Forums >> [Other Minnesota Sports] >> Minnesota Timberwolves >> RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day Page: <<   < prev  84 85 [86] 87 88   next >   >>
Login
Message << Older Topic   Newer Topic >>
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/18/2019 2:15:00 PM   
David Levine


Posts: 65581
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Las Vegas
Status: offline
He really hasn't improved at all from his rookie year.

There is no reason to think there is any more to him than what we've seen.
Post #: 2126
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/18/2019 2:35:44 PM   
TJSweens


Posts: 30151
Joined: 7/16/2007
Status: online
quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

He really hasn't improved at all from his rookie year.

There is no reason to think there is any more to him than what we've seen.


If he hasn't motivated himself in the last 4.5 years, there is little reason to think he is going to start now. I wonder what a realistic return for Wiggins would be at this point. I would be happy just to get his contract off the books.

_____________________________

Baseball must be a wonderful game to survive the fools who run it.
Post #: 2127
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/18/2019 2:37:08 PM   
David Levine


Posts: 65581
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Las Vegas
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: TJSweens

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

He really hasn't improved at all from his rookie year.

There is no reason to think there is any more to him than what we've seen.


If he hasn't motivated himself in the last 4.5 years, there is little reason to think he is going to start now. I wonder what a realistic return for Wiggins would be at this point. I would be happy just to get his contract off the books.


I doubt that's possible.

We're either going to have to give up 1st round picks or take back a nearly as bad contract.
Post #: 2128
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/18/2019 3:55:06 PM   
Bill Jandro

 

Posts: 14099
Joined: 8/13/2007
Status: online
Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future.

Never , ever should have gave him that huge contract.

Who were we competing against?

On top of that he gives it to him a year early. One more year of evaluation is all one needed to see he wasn't ever going to be a stud.

_____________________________

Oline...early and often this draft
Post #: 2129
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/18/2019 4:05:52 PM   
David Levine


Posts: 65581
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Las Vegas
Status: offline
I really don't think he's coachable.

"I don’t think about it too much, to be honest," Wiggins said when asked specifically about the shot selections Saunders is pushing. "I just play my game. Really, if the 3 is open, I’m going to shoot it. The long 2s, I’ll shoot it. The layups, I’ll shoot it." —Andrew Wiggins
Post #: 2130
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/18/2019 4:11:09 PM   
Bill Johanesen


Posts: 16670
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

It is going to take time for Wiggins to learn to not be a jump shooter and going for deep two's. If we could get Wiggins involved in the defense, rebounding and passing the ball, this would be a significant achievement for him and Saunders.


More than 4.5 years, 14,000 minutes and 383 games?

He is what he is.

To put those minutes into perspective:

Butler: 16,584
Giannis: 14,619
Kawhi: 13,859
Wiggins: 13,613
Covington: 9,747

I don't believe that a player cannot change if he is motivated to do so. I am not sure that Wiggins is motivated to change. We either keep him as is or we trade him. Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future. So we are stuck. I also don't see Taylor selling the team either.



Didn't the owner have a sit down with Wiggins before the reup, and they 'agreed' Wiggins needed to put forth the effort, turn potential to reality, blah, blah. I thought they sort of agreed to it then later the contract was signed.

If that was the case, Wiggins is simply a scammer. From a purely competitive standpoint I'm glad the Wolves are saddled with his contract which ties up your finances. One less team to bid for a top FA. As a fan, I hate players like him who steal money.

At the end of the day, you are stuck with him the way he is. He is not going to change. Contract wise for trades, there are the John Wall types out there but Wall for example is way better (and yes his salary will soon be way higher).

I would immediately remove him as a starter. If he sucks as a second stringer, keep him at the end of the bench. See if his ego responds to that. Nothing else seems to.
Post #: 2131
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/18/2019 4:34:26 PM   
TJSweens


Posts: 30151
Joined: 7/16/2007
Status: online
quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: TJSweens

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

He really hasn't improved at all from his rookie year.

There is no reason to think there is any more to him than what we've seen.


If he hasn't motivated himself in the last 4.5 years, there is little reason to think he is going to start now. I wonder what a realistic return for Wiggins would be at this point. I would be happy just to get his contract off the books.


I doubt that's possible.

We're either going to have to give up 1st round picks or take back a nearly as bad contract.


It would be hard to pull off. It would almost have to involve a coach on another team liking Wiggins' ability and persuading the front office that he can get that unreached level of performance out of Wiggins. Like you said, almost impossible. Grandpa Glen really screwed the pooch on that contract.

_____________________________

Baseball must be a wonderful game to survive the fools who run it.
Post #: 2132
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/19/2019 11:19:52 AM   
ruffenach

 

Posts: 3434
Joined: 1/12/2008
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

It is going to take time for Wiggins to learn to not be a jump shooter and going for deep two's. If we could get Wiggins involved in the defense, rebounding and passing the ball, this would be a significant achievement for him and Saunders.


More than 4.5 years, 14,000 minutes and 383 games?

He is what he is.

To put those minutes into perspective:

Butler: 16,584
Giannis: 14,619
Kawhi: 13,859
Wiggins: 13,613
Covington: 9,747

I don't believe that a player cannot change if he is motivated to do so. I am not sure that Wiggins is motivated to change. We either keep him as is or we trade him. Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future. So we are stuck. I also don't see Taylor selling the team either.



Didn't the owner have a sit down with Wiggins before the reup, and they 'agreed' Wiggins needed to put forth the effort, turn potential to reality, blah, blah. I thought they sort of agreed to it then later the contract was signed.

If that was the case, Wiggins is simply a scammer. From a purely competitive standpoint I'm glad the Wolves are saddled with his contract which ties up your finances. One less team to bid for a top FA. As a fan, I hate players like him who steal money.

At the end of the day, you are stuck with him the way he is. He is not going to change. Contract wise for trades, there are the John Wall types out there but Wall for example is way better (and yes his salary will soon be way higher).

I would immediately remove him as a starter. If he sucks as a second stringer, keep him at the end of the bench. See if his ego responds to that. Nothing else seems to.

I am not saying that I agree with Glenn on making Wiggins a maximum player. Playing time is about the only way to motivate Wiggins, If he told Saunders the same story that he told the media, I'd be concerned. But the saying was more him not respecting the media to properly elevate him. He is close to Saunders and Saunders maybe able to get through to him over time, who knows. It will be interesting to watch the dynamic work as long as Saunders is the coach. We already have a glut of poorly functioning point guards. We don't need another one.
Post #: 2133
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/19/2019 11:35:00 AM   
David Levine


Posts: 65581
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Las Vegas
Status: offline
Thanks to John Wall, Wiggins is only the 2nd worst contract in the league.
Post #: 2134
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/19/2019 2:14:37 PM   
kgdabom

 

Posts: 21680
Joined: 7/29/2007
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

Thanks to John Wall, Wiggins is only the 2nd worst contract in the league.

When Healthy Wall is almost worth his contract. Unless you expect the missed games due to injury to continue Wall is not in the running for any worst contract award.

_____________________________

"So let it be written.
So let it be done."
Post #: 2135
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/19/2019 6:02:30 PM   
Bill Johanesen


Posts: 16670
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

It is going to take time for Wiggins to learn to not be a jump shooter and going for deep two's. If we could get Wiggins involved in the defense, rebounding and passing the ball, this would be a significant achievement for him and Saunders.


More than 4.5 years, 14,000 minutes and 383 games?

He is what he is.

To put those minutes into perspective:

Butler: 16,584
Giannis: 14,619
Kawhi: 13,859
Wiggins: 13,613
Covington: 9,747

I don't believe that a player cannot change if he is motivated to do so. I am not sure that Wiggins is motivated to change. We either keep him as is or we trade him. Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future. So we are stuck. I also don't see Taylor selling the team either.



Didn't the owner have a sit down with Wiggins before the reup, and they 'agreed' Wiggins needed to put forth the effort, turn potential to reality, blah, blah. I thought they sort of agreed to it then later the contract was signed.

If that was the case, Wiggins is simply a scammer. From a purely competitive standpoint I'm glad the Wolves are saddled with his contract which ties up your finances. One less team to bid for a top FA. As a fan, I hate players like him who steal money.

At the end of the day, you are stuck with him the way he is. He is not going to change. Contract wise for trades, there are the John Wall types out there but Wall for example is way better (and yes his salary will soon be way higher).

I would immediately remove him as a starter. If he sucks as a second stringer, keep him at the end of the bench. See if his ego responds to that. Nothing else seems to.

I am not saying that I agree with Glenn on making Wiggins a maximum player. Playing time is about the only way to motivate Wiggins, If he told Saunders the same story that he told the media, I'd be concerned. But the saying was more him not respecting the media to properly elevate him. He is close to Saunders and Saunders maybe able to get through to him over time, who knows. It will be interesting to watch the dynamic work as long as Saunders is the coach. We already have a glut of poorly functioning point guards. We don't need another one.



Wall is not a poorly functioning point guard.
Post #: 2136
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/19/2019 6:07:23 PM   
David Levine


Posts: 65581
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Las Vegas
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

It is going to take time for Wiggins to learn to not be a jump shooter and going for deep two's. If we could get Wiggins involved in the defense, rebounding and passing the ball, this would be a significant achievement for him and Saunders.


More than 4.5 years, 14,000 minutes and 383 games?

He is what he is.

To put those minutes into perspective:

Butler: 16,584
Giannis: 14,619
Kawhi: 13,859
Wiggins: 13,613
Covington: 9,747

I don't believe that a player cannot change if he is motivated to do so. I am not sure that Wiggins is motivated to change. We either keep him as is or we trade him. Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future. So we are stuck. I also don't see Taylor selling the team either.



Didn't the owner have a sit down with Wiggins before the reup, and they 'agreed' Wiggins needed to put forth the effort, turn potential to reality, blah, blah. I thought they sort of agreed to it then later the contract was signed.

If that was the case, Wiggins is simply a scammer. From a purely competitive standpoint I'm glad the Wolves are saddled with his contract which ties up your finances. One less team to bid for a top FA. As a fan, I hate players like him who steal money.

At the end of the day, you are stuck with him the way he is. He is not going to change. Contract wise for trades, there are the John Wall types out there but Wall for example is way better (and yes his salary will soon be way higher).

I would immediately remove him as a starter. If he sucks as a second stringer, keep him at the end of the bench. See if his ego responds to that. Nothing else seems to.

I am not saying that I agree with Glenn on making Wiggins a maximum player. Playing time is about the only way to motivate Wiggins, If he told Saunders the same story that he told the media, I'd be concerned. But the saying was more him not respecting the media to properly elevate him. He is close to Saunders and Saunders maybe able to get through to him over time, who knows. It will be interesting to watch the dynamic work as long as Saunders is the coach. We already have a glut of poorly functioning point guards. We don't need another one.



Wall is not a poorly functioning point guard.


Right.

At this point he's a non-functioning point guard...

A torn achilles is a really scary injury to project going forward.
Post #: 2137
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/19/2019 6:23:13 PM   
Bill Johanesen


Posts: 16670
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

It is going to take time for Wiggins to learn to not be a jump shooter and going for deep two's. If we could get Wiggins involved in the defense, rebounding and passing the ball, this would be a significant achievement for him and Saunders.


More than 4.5 years, 14,000 minutes and 383 games?

He is what he is.

To put those minutes into perspective:

Butler: 16,584
Giannis: 14,619
Kawhi: 13,859
Wiggins: 13,613
Covington: 9,747

I don't believe that a player cannot change if he is motivated to do so. I am not sure that Wiggins is motivated to change. We either keep him as is or we trade him. Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future. So we are stuck. I also don't see Taylor selling the team either.



Didn't the owner have a sit down with Wiggins before the reup, and they 'agreed' Wiggins needed to put forth the effort, turn potential to reality, blah, blah. I thought they sort of agreed to it then later the contract was signed.

If that was the case, Wiggins is simply a scammer. From a purely competitive standpoint I'm glad the Wolves are saddled with his contract which ties up your finances. One less team to bid for a top FA. As a fan, I hate players like him who steal money.

At the end of the day, you are stuck with him the way he is. He is not going to change. Contract wise for trades, there are the John Wall types out there but Wall for example is way better (and yes his salary will soon be way higher).

I would immediately remove him as a starter. If he sucks as a second stringer, keep him at the end of the bench. See if his ego responds to that. Nothing else seems to.

I am not saying that I agree with Glenn on making Wiggins a maximum player. Playing time is about the only way to motivate Wiggins, If he told Saunders the same story that he told the media, I'd be concerned. But the saying was more him not respecting the media to properly elevate him. He is close to Saunders and Saunders maybe able to get through to him over time, who knows. It will be interesting to watch the dynamic work as long as Saunders is the coach. We already have a glut of poorly functioning point guards. We don't need another one.



Wall is not a poorly functioning point guard.


Right.

At this point he's a non-functioning point guard...

A torn achilles is a really scary injury to project going forward.



It was in the sense of reading the Wolves have a glut of poorly functioning guards. Wall relied on speed, so now - as mentioned - who knows.
Post #: 2138
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/19/2019 6:59:19 PM   
David Levine


Posts: 65581
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Las Vegas
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

It is going to take time for Wiggins to learn to not be a jump shooter and going for deep two's. If we could get Wiggins involved in the defense, rebounding and passing the ball, this would be a significant achievement for him and Saunders.


More than 4.5 years, 14,000 minutes and 383 games?

He is what he is.

To put those minutes into perspective:

Butler: 16,584
Giannis: 14,619
Kawhi: 13,859
Wiggins: 13,613
Covington: 9,747

I don't believe that a player cannot change if he is motivated to do so. I am not sure that Wiggins is motivated to change. We either keep him as is or we trade him. Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future. So we are stuck. I also don't see Taylor selling the team either.



Didn't the owner have a sit down with Wiggins before the reup, and they 'agreed' Wiggins needed to put forth the effort, turn potential to reality, blah, blah. I thought they sort of agreed to it then later the contract was signed.

If that was the case, Wiggins is simply a scammer. From a purely competitive standpoint I'm glad the Wolves are saddled with his contract which ties up your finances. One less team to bid for a top FA. As a fan, I hate players like him who steal money.

At the end of the day, you are stuck with him the way he is. He is not going to change. Contract wise for trades, there are the John Wall types out there but Wall for example is way better (and yes his salary will soon be way higher).

I would immediately remove him as a starter. If he sucks as a second stringer, keep him at the end of the bench. See if his ego responds to that. Nothing else seems to.

I am not saying that I agree with Glenn on making Wiggins a maximum player. Playing time is about the only way to motivate Wiggins, If he told Saunders the same story that he told the media, I'd be concerned. But the saying was more him not respecting the media to properly elevate him. He is close to Saunders and Saunders maybe able to get through to him over time, who knows. It will be interesting to watch the dynamic work as long as Saunders is the coach. We already have a glut of poorly functioning point guards. We don't need another one.



Wall is not a poorly functioning point guard.


Right.

At this point he's a non-functioning point guard...

A torn achilles is a really scary injury to project going forward.



It was in the sense of reading the Wolves have a glut of poorly functioning guards. Wall relied on speed, so now - as mentioned - who knows.


I don't think a healthy Wall is quite worth the contract he's about to start, but he was still light years ahead of any PG on the Wolves roster.

I actually wouldn't trade Wiggins for him, because if Wall can't come back "enough", he'll be totally unmovable. Whereas Wiggins could potentially still be moved (just not for any real value).
Post #: 2139
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/20/2019 7:23:43 AM   
ruffenach

 

Posts: 3434
Joined: 1/12/2008
Status: offline
Other than Jones, I would not give you 2 cents for any other point guard on this team. Wall may never play at his past level, due to his injury and it is the type of injury that is subject to being reinjured, If a real GM would suggest this trade, he should be immediately fired for incompetence.
Post #: 2140
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/20/2019 6:35:19 PM   
Bill Johanesen


Posts: 16670
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: Bill Johanesen

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

quote:

ORIGINAL: ruffenach

It is going to take time for Wiggins to learn to not be a jump shooter and going for deep two's. If we could get Wiggins involved in the defense, rebounding and passing the ball, this would be a significant achievement for him and Saunders.


More than 4.5 years, 14,000 minutes and 383 games?

He is what he is.

To put those minutes into perspective:

Butler: 16,584
Giannis: 14,619
Kawhi: 13,859
Wiggins: 13,613
Covington: 9,747

I don't believe that a player cannot change if he is motivated to do so. I am not sure that Wiggins is motivated to change. We either keep him as is or we trade him. Right now Taylor has little interest in trading him, now or in the immediate future. So we are stuck. I also don't see Taylor selling the team either.



Didn't the owner have a sit down with Wiggins before the reup, and they 'agreed' Wiggins needed to put forth the effort, turn potential to reality, blah, blah. I thought they sort of agreed to it then later the contract was signed.

If that was the case, Wiggins is simply a scammer. From a purely competitive standpoint I'm glad the Wolves are saddled with his contract which ties up your finances. One less team to bid for a top FA. As a fan, I hate players like him who steal money.

At the end of the day, you are stuck with him the way he is. He is not going to change. Contract wise for trades, there are the John Wall types out there but Wall for example is way better (and yes his salary will soon be way higher).

I would immediately remove him as a starter. If he sucks as a second stringer, keep him at the end of the bench. See if his ego responds to that. Nothing else seems to.

I am not saying that I agree with Glenn on making Wiggins a maximum player. Playing time is about the only way to motivate Wiggins, If he told Saunders the same story that he told the media, I'd be concerned. But the saying was more him not respecting the media to properly elevate him. He is close to Saunders and Saunders maybe able to get through to him over time, who knows. It will be interesting to watch the dynamic work as long as Saunders is the coach. We already have a glut of poorly functioning point guards. We don't need another one.



Wall is not a poorly functioning point guard.


Right.

At this point he's a non-functioning point guard...

A torn achilles is a really scary injury to project going forward.



It was in the sense of reading the Wolves have a glut of poorly functioning guards. Wall relied on speed, so now - as mentioned - who knows.


I don't think a healthy Wall is quite worth the contract he's about to start, but he was still light years ahead of any PG on the Wolves roster.

I actually wouldn't trade Wiggins for him, because if Wall can't come back "enough", he'll be totally unmovable. Whereas Wiggins could potentially still be moved (just not for any real value).



Wall's contract extension kicks in next year and is obscene. Sure the league salaries as a whole MAY climb but his is way ahead of the pack. And again since it is just going to start, I don't see anyone trading for him for several years.
Post #: 2141
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/22/2019 5:12:07 PM   
David Levine


Posts: 65581
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Las Vegas
Status: offline
Alan Horton@WolvesRadio
7m7 minutes ago

Karl-Anthony Towns will NOT play tonight vs. Knicks. As a result of yesterday’s car accident, Ryan Saunders says KAT has entered the NBA’s concussion protocol.

KAT will miss his 1st GM of his NBA career. His streak of 303 straight starts to begin career is longest in NBA ~73/74
Post #: 2142
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/22/2019 5:51:59 PM   
ruffenach

 

Posts: 3434
Joined: 1/12/2008
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: David Levine

Alan Horton@WolvesRadio
7m7 minutes ago

Karl-Anthony Towns will NOT play tonight vs. Knicks. As a result of yesterday’s car accident, Ryan Saunders says KAT has entered the NBA’s concussion protocol.

KAT will miss his 1st GM of his NBA career. His streak of 303 straight starts to begin career is longest in NBA ~73/74

Glad that it wasn't worse
Post #: 2143
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/22/2019 6:11:30 PM   
twinsfan


Posts: 43051
Joined: 12/21/2009
Status: offline
Happy birthday DL!

_____________________________

--------------------------
---------
--
Post #: 2144
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/22/2019 9:51:53 PM   
Steve Lentz


Posts: 32692
Joined: 7/19/2007
From: Omaha
Status: online
Deng, Gibson and Tolliver...who'd thought it?

_____________________________

"Here comes Diggins"!
Post #: 2145
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/22/2019 10:01:25 PM   
JT2

 

Posts: 13062
Joined: 2/15/2011
From: United States
Status: offline
quote:

ORIGINAL: Steve Lentz

Deng, Gibson and Tolliver...who'd thought it?



Have to admit, somebody had to play.........against perhaps the worst team in the league.
Post #: 2146
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/23/2019 2:05:36 AM   
ruffenach

 

Posts: 3434
Joined: 1/12/2008
Status: offline
Happy Birthday DL. Anybody know why Deng did not play?
Post #: 2147
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/23/2019 6:49:44 AM   
Karl Juhnke


Posts: 8720
Joined: 7/28/2007
Status: offline
Undefeated without deadweight Towns. Just sayin’.

_____________________________

Josh Okogie - freed
Post #: 2148
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/23/2019 8:36:24 PM   
Mr. Ed


Posts: 76477
Joined: 7/14/2007
From: Minne-so-ta
Status: online
Tolliver's block of Giannis about to mega dunk is one of the best plays of the year.

_____________________________

“Terrible thing to live in fear. Brooks Hatlen knew it. Knew it all too well. All I want is to be back where things make sense. Where I won't have to be afraid all the time.”
Post #: 2149
RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day - 2/23/2019 10:03:10 PM   
Steve Lentz


Posts: 32692
Joined: 7/19/2007
From: Omaha
Status: online
Watched the Rockets/Warriors game. Farid and Paul took it to the Warriors.

Looks like most our starters sucked tonight?

_____________________________

"Here comes Diggins"!
Post #: 2150
Page:   <<   < prev  84 85 [86] 87 88   next >   >>
All Forums >> [Other Minnesota Sports] >> Minnesota Timberwolves >> RE: Wolves 2018 Game Day Page: <<   < prev  84 85 [86] 87 88   next >   >>
Jump to:





New Messages No New Messages
Hot Topic w/ New Messages Hot Topic w/o New Messages
Locked w/ New Messages Locked w/o New Messages
 Post New Thread
 Reply to Message
 Post New Poll
 Submit Vote
 Delete My Own Post
 Delete My Own Thread
 Rate Posts




Forum Software © ASPPlayground.NET Advanced Edition 2.5.5 Unicode