If you were to ask anyone in the Minnesota Timberwolves front office, along with any of the players on the roster, this is not a rebuilding year for the T-wolves. The Timberwolves have a good mixture of proven veterans and a talented young core group
After years of mediocrity under the unhappy leadership of Kevin Love, the new look TWolves must have people in Minnesota and the league excited. Along with trading for Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett, and Thad Young, the TWolves also drafted Zach LaVine, and signed veterans like Mo Williams this
Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett will officially be traded to the Timberwolves for Kevin Love on Saturday. Saturday marks the first official day Wiggins can be traded after he signed his rookie contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers. While Wiggins to Minnesota was a no brainer at
As reported on NPH earlier, Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett are being moved from Cleveland to Minnesota in return for Kevin Love, according to Yahoo Sports. However when asked about the trade Wiggins had no clue that it was agreed upon. “Just Spoke to Andrew Wiggins at
The NBA summer league is a great place for young players to showcase their talents. And, although, success in the summer league doesn’t necessarily mean a player will come out and produce the same during the actual NBA season, surprise performances are always the most captivating.
The rumour mill is spinning wildly. After David Blatt told everyone Andrew Wiggins would be a Cavalier this upcoming season, new reports have surfaced stating that now both Wiggins and Bennett along with a future first round pick will be heading to Minnesota for Kevin Love.
Amidst all the Lebron James hoopla that took place yesterday with the 4 time NBA MVP announcing he will sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2014-15 season, Anthony Bennett and Andrew Wiggins had their summer league debuts. Putting all the chatter behind them, including
Fighting a host of injuries last season, Anthony Bennett came into his rookie campaign completely out of shape. But as previously posted on the blog, those days seem to be behind the NBA’s 2013 first overall pick as he has recommitted himself to shedding those
Its no secret, after Anthony Bennett underwent shoulder surgery in the summer of 2013, he was grossly out of shape for his first season. However those days are behind him, or at least that is the claim. Bennett had a disastrous rookie campaign as he
Canadian forward Anthony Bennett, the #1 selection in the 2013 NBA draft had his tonsils removed to help improve his sleep condition, which was discovered in his rookie year. In his first year, Bennett averaged 4.2 PPG and 3.0 RPG in 52 games, drawing criticism