(Los Angeles, CA) — The Timberwolves will return to action tomorrow, visiting the Los Angeles Clippers. The T’Wolves have lost 10 straight games. Minnesota is 15-and-32 with Golden State the only team in the West with a worst record at 10-and-39.
(Undated) — There will be no Minnesota Timberwolves going to the All-Star Game in Chicago in February. NBA All-Star reserves were announced and Karl-Anthony Towns was not selected to represent the franchise. The center had made it each of the previous two years. Towns took to social media to vent frustration over friend and Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker not making the game.
(St. Paul, MN) — The Wild are back on the ice tomorrow, hosting the Boston Bruins. Minnesota comes out of the All-Star break with 52 points, which is last in the Central Division.
(Miami, FL) — Super Bowl 54 kicks off on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. The San Francisco 49ers will clash with the Kansas City Chiefs for all the marbles. The NFL will honor fallen basketball star Kobe Bryant and recently deceased Hall of Famer Chris Doleman. Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will headline the halftime show.
(Champaign, IL) — Daniel Oturu scored 20 points but Minnesota fell 59-51 on the road against number-19 Illinois. Alihan Demir added eight points in the loss. The Golden Gophers drop to 11-and-10 and will host Wisconsin on Wednesday.
(Undated) — In college basketball action, North Dakota State won 70-49 at Western Illinois. The Bison improve to 15-and-7 and will visit Fort Wayne tomorrow. North Dakota lost 72-68 at Fort Wayne. The Fighting Hawks drop to 10-and-13 and will host Oral Roberts next Thursday.