Timberwolves vs Grizzlies Postgame Sound

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Eric Nelson Interviews Minnesota Timberwolves G J.J. Barea, G Wayne Ellington and Minnesota Lynx assistant coach and Timberwolves broadcaster Jim Peterson.
 
 
 
 
 
Eric Nelson Interviews Minnesota Timberwolves G J.J. Barea 1-4-12

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Eric Nelson Interviews Minnesota Timberwolves G Wayne Ellington 1-4-12

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Eric Nelson Interviews Minnesota Lynx assistant coach and
Timberwolves broadcaster Jim Peterson
1-4-12

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Wolves Fastbreakdown – Wolves 86, Grizzlies 90

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by Scott Bertsch
GAMEDAY GOLD

MINNEAPOLIS, MN
Pre-game:

  • Wolves are going for an uncommon, for them, three game winning streak
  • Wolves catch a break with Zach Randolph shelved due to injury
  • Ricky Rubio had one of the Top Plays on ESPN on Monday for his alley-oop to Derrick Williams.  ESPN commented that “Slick Rick” will likely be a staple on Top Plays

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Timberwolves vs Spurs Postgame Sound

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Postgame group interviews with Minnesota Timberwolves Coach Rick Adelman, PG Ricky Rubio, PG Luke Ridnour, and PF Kevin Love
 
 
 
 
 
Minnesota Timberwolves Coach Rick Adelman Postgame Press Conference 1-3-12

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Minnesota Timberwolves PG Ricky Rubio Postgame Group Interview 1-3-12

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Minnesota Timberwolves PG Luke Ridnour Postgame Group Interview 1-3-12

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Minnesota Timberwolves PF Kevin Love Postgame Group Interview 1-3-12

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Wolves Fastbreakdown – Wolves 106, Spurs 96

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by Scott Bertsch
GAMEDAY GOLD

MINNEAPOLIS, MN
Pre-game:

  • It will be interesting to see how much, and how well, Michael Beasley plays with his injured finger
  • The Wolves are first in the league in fourth quarter defense – holding opponents to 31.6% shooting (the Wolves were last in the NBA during the 2010-11 season at 46.9%)
  • Wolves are 1-3 despite outscoring their opponents 395-387 so far this season
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    Slam Dunks

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    NBA Nation’s mood going from
    anger to apathy

    By Ray Jones
    GAMEDAY GOLD

    Close your eyes, free your mind and tell me what you hear? No… I am not talking about the television, kids, dogs barking, music or the phone ringing. What I am talking about is the buzz / fervor / demand, or should I say the lack thereof, for the NBA.

    No one seems to miss LeBron and his three quarters of unparalleled basketball brilliance (remember ‘Bron ‘Bron it IS a four quarter game). Or the intensity that is Kevin Garnett and his Boston Celtics. Or the lethal, venomous strike of Kobe Bryant, aka the “Black Mamba,” putting lesser foes to sleep on a lazy Thursday night in November. Even the quiet unassuming Chicago superstar Derrick Rose — who charms with his humble demeanor, overwhelms with basketball brilliance, and destroys his opponents with otherworldly athletic ability — has not been missed. Read more

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