Ryan Hollins has provided much-needed spark for Minnesota Timbe...
#1 Feb 2, 2010
All well and good, but from the limited time I get to spend watching the Wolves on t.v. up here, it seems to me that it is Sessions, not Flynn, who actually sees the floor. Maybe I'm wrong, but it feels to me like Kahn has told Rambis that Flynn is the high draft choice and he's going to be the alpha point guard, whether or not he's the most competent point guard on the teem. If I were Sessions, I'd get out of town quick. Right now he's just a stand-in for Rubio in the two-point-guard experiment.
#2 Feb 2, 2010
A SPARK? This team needs a BONFIRE!
#3 Feb 2, 2010
i like how the pups have been playin. lets see how they do against dallas
#4 Feb 4, 2010
This comes as no surprise Al jefferson and Kevin love are good but they are power forwards. Add a center and look how good they look Rambis is on his way.
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