Final Score: Blazers: 111, Timberwolves: 81
In what was a gloomy night with General Soreness, Jeff Teague, and Derrick Rose out, the Wolves showed little life. Tonight’s Rapid Reactions will be a little different. The reactions will be mostly from the fans, getting their thoughts on the game. Let’s dive in!
Wolves fall to the Blazers 111-81. Here are some of my thoughts:
– What isn’t fun about distractions?
– Wolves out-rebounded 66-38.
– Towns bright spot with 23 PTS in 25 minutes.
– Why does C.J. Williams play over KBD?
– Wiggins back to long, contested shots.
– Rebound tomorrow
— The Wolf Den ™ 🏀 (@MNWolfDen) November 5, 2018
Fire Thibs, Trade Butler. They have wrecked Flips vision
— Ryan Lund (@ryanlund93) November 5, 2018
That was the saddest I’ve ever felt watching the Wolves.
— Travis J. Shanahan (@travshan) November 5, 2018
Okogie played well, but the Butler trade best net us a PG that can score
— Derrick Rose scored 50 points vs the Jazz (@grantsales) November 5, 2018
We need Teague back and ship jimmy off. If we can still get josh Richardson it’s time to pull the trigger
— Joshua Goodburn (@Goodburn93) November 5, 2018
As a lifelong @Timberwolves fan, I just stopped watching the game to head downstairs to watch Christmas movies. Glen Taylor, if you are losing fans like me to Christmas movies, I highly suggest you figure out this Jimmy situation soon.
— Princeton's Liquors (@Princetons) November 5, 2018
Wiggins had 8 assists tonight if players could make shots. Drive the paint well, found shooters, shots weren’t falling. It happens. Next game.
— JR (@joeywingspan) November 5, 2018
Towns needs to get fed more everywhere, especially post, he scores so effectively. Okogie continues to be this seasons bright spot. Death, taxes, and Wiggins contested long-twos.
— go4fan (@15324Sportsfan) November 5, 2018
Please fire Thibs and trade butler! Problem solved
— Justin H (@JHoule88) November 5, 2018
As you can tell, all is good in Wolves land. Sleep well Wolves nation.
And as always, ice up, you don’t want general soreness.