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Trifecta Of Offensive Mediocrity Achieved As Sarah Palin Attends Phoenix Suns Game In Chick-Fil-A Shirt
It’s well documented that Ricky Rubio just wants people to be happy. Documented here, to be exact. But Rubio’s not just all talk. He’s not just telling us to be happy. He’s backing up his words with action – action like this, from late in his T-Wolves’ 107-83 destruction of the Spurs last night. [That NBA Lottery Pick; video by CJ Fogler]
The Minnesota Timberwolves Have Literally Clubbed The Miami Heat Harlem Shake Video To Death As A Public Service To Us All
Last night, the Miami Heat pummeled the Minnesota Timberwolves. Last week, the Miami Heat made a Harlem Shake video. This morning, the Minnesota Timberwolves YouTube channel pummeled the Miami Heat’s Harlem Shake video.
The Heat beat the T-Wolves in Minneapolis 97-81 last night, pushing their win streak to 15. Chris Bosh executed a videobomb, as he is wont to do. Business as usual. The most excitement, in fact, probably came via a flagrant foul by the Wolves’ J.J. Barea. But should it have been one at all?
Friday night featured a solid NBA doubleheader on ESPN. While you were out handling your business, the Oklahoma City Thunder hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Portland Trailblazers traveled south to take on the Los Angeles Lakers.
The First Quarter Intermission Entertainment At The Minnesota-Portland Game Last Night Was A Fake Power Outage
Hey look, a power outage joke! It only took the Target Center staff 24 hours to capitalize on the Superdome’s lights gaffe, shrouding its arena in darkness after the first quarter of the Timberwolves-Trail Blazers game. It’s actually kind of funny, though the people at the arena probably didn’t appreciating having to sit in darkness. But when there’s an opportunity to troll, you troll.
Yeah, the Timberwolves have a disappointing record this season (they’re 17-25 overall after last night’s 96-90 loss to the Clippers), but you can’t pin it all on them – it’s hard to remember a team with worse injury luck. And as the shot you’ll see after the jump demonstrates, it’s not only health that isn’t going Minny’s way.