Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball Team

Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball Team

Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball Team

The Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball Team

Our own Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball Team. They are part of our wonderful quality of life here in Minnesota. One more reason Minnesota is a great place to live!

Here is a summary of The Minnesota Timberwolves

Their story


Commonly known as the Wolves. Our NBA team came here in 1989. At this time, the team first played in what was known as the Metrodome. They play in the very competitive Western Conference. The head coach is Ryan Saunders. The team owner is Glen Taylor.

Their arena – The Target Center


Built in 1990. Just recently had a 178 million renovation completed. It is owned by the city of Minneapolis. Seats over 20,000 for the Timberwolves games. Known now as a state of art facility. Great views of the games from every seat. Parking is connected by a convenient skyway system.

How’s the team doing?


We hope this year they are playoff bound.  The Timberwolves season starts this week. And continues into May for the end of the playoffs. Without a doubt the star of the team is Karl-Anthony Towns. Who was also, the first pick in the draft 4 years ago. Additionally, Karl played college ball at Kentucky. Importantly, he’s an all-star and will be considered for the league MVP once again this year. Finally, Karl plays center for the Wolves.

The overall experience

I’m a season ticket holder. It should be noted I have been one for over 20 years, I also expect them to be a playoff team this year. With that being said, they have a completely updated state of the art stadium. As well as great food and a family friendly atmosphere. Lastly, great sightlines and every seat has a great view. For all of those reasons, and more, we love our home team!


The Timberwolves schedule for the 2019/2020 season


Here are concessions available at Target Center


Here are parking options


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