Sunday, February 13, 2005

Back to the drawing Board

At the half the Timberwolves where ahead 41-37 and seemed to have the game in control. It was in the 3rd quarter that things started breaking down for the T’wolves. The odd thing about this game was that every starter and the Jazz score more points than KG.
"Offensively, we were OK, but in the second half they start to get dunks and second-chance points. You can't win like that on the road," Garnett said.
Latrell Sprewell had a Minnesota team high of the night with 16 points and Troy Hudson helped out the cause with 15 of his own points. Poor Minnesota, they had just back to .500 after snapping a six game slide.

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Better Times

Our Minnesota Timberwolves fell to the Milwaukee bucks 91-86 Tuesday night; it was less than fall and more of break down. The T’wolves just seemed to give up after half time when they where leading 56-47.

It was in the third quarter mostly that the Bucks were able to make it a game, and it wasn’t that the T’wolves tired to fight back in the fourth, it was just too little to late.

The Timberwolves had won five straight games before dropping one at home to the Kings, Sunday. Minnesota is now flat 7-12 against teams from the Eastern Conference, with a pathetic 1-9 road record against the east as well.