Found August 30, 2013 on Crossover Chronicles:
The Timberwolves have gone through quite the transformation in the front office in the last few years. Flip Saunders has taken over and cleared house and made Minnesota a team that coudl legitimately challenge for the Playoffs this year. With a new general manager in tow, the Wolves are trying to start making step forwards. None of that can occur however if Kevin Love is not on the court. Love missed all but 18 games last season, robbing the Wolves of their best player and 18.3 points and 14.0 rebounds per game. He has shown so much improvement the last two years, it is rough seeing him struggle with injuries so often. Love is hoping to change that. According to Charley Walters of the St. Paul (MN) Pioneer Press, Love is at his lightest since jumping to the NBA at a slimmed down 240 pounds. Flip Saunders commented on Love's condition: The lightest he's been since he's been a pro. He's lost weight in his face, and his body looks leaner with muscle. He&...

Tracking Timberwolves' Western Conference foes

Moving past a lackluster draft, aggressively reaping a bountiful free-agency haul and expecting their core back fully healthy, the Minnesota Timberwolves appear to have adopted a playoffs-or-bust 2013-14 outlook. Adding substantial wing depth to a team that already had Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio and re-signing one of the NBA's best centers in Nikola Pekovic led to such expectations...
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