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It all comes together for Timberwolves in 113-98 home win over New Orleans Hornets

There are 6 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Dec 27, 2010, titled It all comes together for Timberwolves in 113-98 home win over New Orleans Hornets. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

There have been few occasions this season when Timberwolves coach Kurt Rambis has been able to talk about his players performing all or most of the primary functions that usually lead to winning a basketball game.

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The Hard Truth

Northome, MN

#1 Dec 28, 2010
Dear Wolves,

I was complaining yesterday that you guys never win a game that is on local t.v. Well, tonight you put a fork in that. It was fun to watch. Thanks so much for being a likeable, decent bunch of guys who are quirky without being arrogant or jerks. Good luck, and keep your heads up. There is an interesting human chemistry to this team. If that translates into basketball chemistry, this will be a good ride.
the real just another day

Tucson, AZ

#2 Dec 28, 2010
"just another day in winnersville"
Mondak

Pomona, CA

#3 Dec 28, 2010
I'm happy for Kurt. One of the hardest jobs in the world is coaching a
team used to losing. He and Kahn have reclaimed some careers from
the dustbin of the NBA, and they should be proud. I hope for Kurt, and
the front office, that the Wolves remember what it took to win this
game - a concentrated defensive effort. We already know the Wolves
can score points. I wish thm all continued improvement and success.
Now Kurt, put the Tums and Rolaids away, and get some sleep. You
earned it.
Wolvesfan

Rochester, MN

#4 Dec 28, 2010
What a great game to watch! Beasley and Johnson played with joy - you could see it on their faces! Ridnour looked like the player who beat us so often in the past years. I loved the Darko dunk! Pek is still a bit of a "bull in a china shop" but is getting better. Hope Webster gets healthy and can play more. Love struggled but still put up numbers that 90% of the league players would be happy to take. Corey is also fun to watch. He reminds me of the little girl in the nursery rhyme who, "when she is good, she is very, very gook and when she is bad, she is horrid," only substituting he for she. To me, that kind of sums up Corey's game.

All in all, a game to build on. Go Wolves!!!
the real just another day

Tucson, AZ

#5 Dec 28, 2010
PS I am such a loser for living in my moms basement, and for doubting the wolves.
Ya maaan

Rochester, NY

#6 Dec 29, 2010
Well, good game, excellent shooting, still no signs of any defense. And this game just proved my point, when KLove plays for stats and has a monster game we to 99% will lose that game. On the other hand, when he doesn't try to fill out the stat sheets we might win. He is still liability on defensive end though, same goes for Beasley and our "great" point guards Flynn and joke of the point guard Luke "no pass, no shoot, no defense, no inteligence" Ridnour. Nuff said.

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