Wolves finally having some fun

  • Article by: CHIP SCOGGINS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 20, 2011 - 6:33 AM

 For the first time in a long time, Wolves fans are grinning. But will the Wolves be winning?

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PooOnUDec. 19, 1110:00 PM

True be told, I bet they all came to see David Kahn.

blasterjayDec. 20, 11 6:04 AM

I'm surprised that Barea is not part of the excitement of this team. He made 14 points on the exhibition game (Compare that to Rubio's 6), and he brings in "Championship Experience". It seems that Barea is left out in the dark when I honestly think that he is and will continue to be a bigger player for this team than many people are giving him credit for.

stanbobDec. 20, 11 6:27 AM

Unlike the vikings or twins the Wolves are offering hope, that will mobilize a fan base.

jhett10Dec. 20, 11 8:07 AM

Why cut the video off before Rubio dances? That was pretty funny yesterday.

dl00025Dec. 20, 11 8:37 AM

It was actually somewhat entertaining watching the Wolves last year with Kevin Love's streak and seeing what Wes Johnson can do. Now with Williams, Rubio, and JJ Barea in the fold the team should win some of those games they lost late in 4th quarters. I'm not expecting the playoffs but you never know when you have B-Easy and now Williams the man-child ripping it up...

goalieguruDec. 20, 11 8:49 AM

There is no hope. It's friggen basketball for crying out loud. NBA - GET OUT OF MY TOWN!!!

gadflyDec. 20, 11 9:57 AM

Rubio will be a star, as long as he's at least average on the court. His accent and Jonas-Brothers looks will take care of the rest... and I don't mean that as an insult.

henrikDec. 20, 11 5:15 PM

The wolves, even though they will be better, will still be a bottom 2-4 team in the league. Sad, but true.

youknowit123Dec. 21, 1112:09 AM

Kahn is an ego maniac. The team is interesting because of a proven coach a cast of new players that looks exciting and dynamic. Build on the strengths and make everyone better. Rambus looked lost, I'm not sure he knew what he was doing out there. I just saw him rip the wolves in the national media, a class guy beating down on the worst team in the NBA. That's just great.

nodon7Dec. 21, 11 7:36 PM

goalieguru: well your post is currently at I think 28 down and 1 up. So clearly everyone agrees right? Might want to consider never posting a message again.


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