Timberwolves 126, Warriors 123: Kevin Love gets 37 points, 23 rebounds, and Wolves end 7-game los...
There are 7 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Feb 27, 2011, titled Timberwolves 126, Warriors 123: Kevin Love gets 37 points, 23 rebounds, and Wolves end 7-game los.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:RECAP: Wesley Johnson made a key block on a drive by Golden State's Monta Ellis with seven seconds left in the fourth quarter to preserve the Timberwolves' win Sunday night at Target Center, snapping a seven-game losing streak.
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#1 Feb 27, 2011
I only saw the last half of the game, but it seemed like a different team than the one that lost three lackluster games last week. What a finish! To hold on when the Warriors made a big run and manage to pull out a win was great! Wes Johnson saved it for them with the block and rebound. I think his performance in the Rookie All-Star game gave him a little confidence boost!
#2 Feb 27, 2011
A nice win. It goes to show what can happen when the Wolve's apply themselves for more than just short periods of time. Johnson seems to be playing with more confidence since the rookie-soph. all star game. Beasley and Love both played with more intensity on the defensive end.
On the downside, has anyone seen Darko? It is telling that when the game is on the line, the Wolve's go "small".
Steph Curry showed once again that the Wolve's made a grievous mistake when they took Rubio and Flynn at 5 and 6. Don't tell me that "he didn't want to come here". Last I checked, the options were to go where you are drafted, go overseas (yeah, right!), or don't play pro basketball. Had he been drafted here, he would have played until the end of his rookie contract, and perhaps beyond. Who knows, he may have enjoyed it enough here to re-up when the time came.
Somebody will no doubt tell me that hindsight is 20/20, which is wrong as it is infinitely better than that. My point is that many of us felt that Curry should have been the pick. We were right, Kahn was wrong. Before you tell me to deal with it, rest assured that I am.
#3 Feb 27, 2011
I agree with everything you said. One of the things that is interesting about the NBA is that Wes and/or Tolliver would have been called for a foul on Ellis had it not been in the last minute of the game. MLB and the NFL pretty much call things the same the whole game, unlike the NBA. But yes, it was a very nice win, with much more effort than we normally witness. Hopefully they can keep the effort level up.
#4 Feb 27, 2011
That felt good.
#5 Feb 27, 2011
Now wash your hands with soap and water...alright?
#6 Feb 27, 2011
who cares, the timberwolves are a joke just like all minnesota teams , bunch of chump losers, move the team to seattle and move the viqueens to l.a. , minnesota is a joke to the world
#7 Feb 27, 2011
Great win! Stephen Curry, what a shooter! Wow.
Great job, Love! Somehow I get the feeling you won't be staying in MN after your contract's over.
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