Kings 127 / Timberwolves 95: Kevin Love leaves early with groin injury as Wolves lose fourth stra...

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RECAP: Samuel Dalembert had 26 points and 17 rebounds, and Marcus Thornton added 23 points to lead Sacramento to an embarrassingly easy win over the Timberwolves on Sunday afternoon at Target Center.
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Miss tinkle

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would have kicked him in the nuts also with the way this team is playing at a high school level, oops tinkle time i must leave early
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Which is worse, pitiful or godawful? I couldn't make it past the early fourth quarter. I am trying to think of one player who hasn't checked out, and couldn't come up with one. Maybe Love, maybe.

I doubt the woofies win another game this season. Maybe April 5th at NJ, but that is just about it. The woofies will most likely have the 2nd worst record by the time this is over. I don't think this team even needs Mark Madsen jacking up 3's to complete their mission.
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Love didn't play much, but neither did Beasley, who racked up two quick fouls again.
With those two missing most of the game, there's not much to hope for. With both
leaders out, you can't expect much. Our new kid, who everyone is hoping for, committed 7 turnovers all by himself. I thought that stat was for our guards.
Most of the bloggers, as usual, are putting it on Rambis, but I don't see how you
can blame him for a loss without our two star players. We need them more than sacramento needs Evans. After all, these were the same guys that were
socking it to the World Champions the night before, until the Lakers decided to
take Beasley out of action by mugging him. That was a great game until then. I
guess the coaches only get credit for the bad play, not the good.
Timberwoes

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Mar 22, 2011
 
Mondak wrote:
Love didn't play much, but neither did Beasley, who racked up two quick fouls again.
With those two missing most of the game, there's not much to hope for. With both
leaders out, you can't expect much. Our new kid, who everyone is hoping for, committed 7 turnovers all by himself. I thought that stat was for our guards.
Most of the bloggers, as usual, are putting it on Rambis, but I don't see how you
can blame him for a loss without our two star players. We need them more than sacramento needs Evans. After all, these were the same guys that were
socking it to the World Champions the night before, until the Lakers decided to
take Beasley out of action by mugging him. That was a great game until then. I
guess the coaches only get credit for the bad play, not the good.
It's the absolute inconsistency in output of effort that is attributable to the coaching staff. Teams such as the Lakers can toy with the Wolves for 3 quarters if they wish to in order to conserve energy for games where they'll need it. Watch the Wolves enough, and you see it time and again. Other teams know what they are capable of and just pace their efforts until crunch time. No way the Wolves were "socking it to" the Lakers. The Lakers were just biding their time.

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