It's no secret the Minnesota Timberwolves underachieved this past season, winning just 31 games in a season they were expected to compete for a playoff berth. With Tom Thibodeau getting his first full season out of the way and a very young core, the expectation seems to be that next year will be the year the team finally competes for a playoff spot again. For Wolves fans, next year is basically the only hope we ever have. Winning in this state just seems difficult for whatever reason.
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Sunday, April 23, 2017
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I was born in 1988. That means, technically, I was alive when the Minnesota Twins won the World Series in 1991. Of course, my first sports memories wouldn't start for years, so I have no recollection of the MOST RECENT Minnesota professional championship* win. Hell, that's even the most recent appearance! As a life-long Minnesota sports fan, my memories are filled with heartbreak and mediocrity.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
With yet another NBA regular season coming to an end, the league-wide MVP debate is beginning to heat up. While there are a handful of players that have played at an MVP level this season, the award seems to be between former teammates Russell Westbrook and James Harden.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
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Monday, April 3, 2017
Every collegiate football season, the majority of college football fans seem to forget that there is college football outside of the Power 5 conferences. The "other" conferences have been deemed the "Group of Five" and have yet to be represented in the college football playoff. This clear Power 5 bias has led to some great ideas, most notably a separate playoff system for the Group of Five conferences.
Prior to the 2016 draft, 92% of first round picks over the last 10 years were selected from power 5 conferences. As that article shows, however, players like Khalil Mack (Buffalo), Jason Pierre-Paul (USF) and Chris Johnson (ECU) were all first round picks that developed into stars.
Today, we'll be taking a look at the "Group of Five's" best 2017 NFL draft prospects.