A grieving Minnesota Timberwolves team took the practice court on Monday, one day after team president and coach Flip Saunders died after battling cancer. Saunders died at the age of 60 on Sunday, leaving a gaping hole in the organization he was rebuilding from the ground up.
Flip Saunders, the longtime NBA coach who won more than 650 games in nearly two decades and was trying to rebuild the Minnesota Timberwolves as team president, coach and part owner, died Sunday, the team said. He was 60.
The Minnesota Timberwolves 2015-16 season has officially started. Milt Newton, Sam Mitchell, and most players addressed the media a day before training camp to talk about the upcoming season. The key term was "develop"...
Anthony Bennett is on the move again. A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that the Minnesota Timberwolves have reached agreement on terms on a $3.65 million buyout with the former No. 1 overall pick.
Minnesota Timberwolves president and coach Flip Saunders says he is being treated for cancer. Saunders announced on Tuesday that he has been undergoing chemotherapy for Hodgkins lymphoma. He says his doctors are calling it "very treatable and curable."