Friday, December 31, 2010

Thursday, January 13 vs Washington Wizards

John WallThe Minnesota Timberwolves will face the Washington Wizards on January 13, 2011 at the Target Center. The Washington Wizards feature one of the NBA's best young players, in ultra talented point guard John Wall. John Wall went #1 overall in the 2010 NBA Draft. He played one season for the Kentucky Wildcats and nearly led the team to the Final Four. He is averaging 15 points and 8 assists already in his rookie season. Purchase your Minnesota Timberwolves tickets today with Ticket King and watch them take on John Wall and the Washington Wizards!

Monday, December 20, 2010

Ozzy Reschedules for Target Center Show on January 12

Ozzy OsbourneOzzy Osbourne has rescheduled his Target Center concert to January 12, 2011. Orginally scheduled for December 12, 2010, Ozzy Osbourne rescheduled because of complications from an ear infection that he experienced. Osbourne has been considered one of the best live performers in the business. Purchase your Ozzy Osbourne tickets today with Ticket King!

Monday, December 6, 2010

Minnesota Timberwolves Defeat Cleveland Cavaliers by 34 Points

Minnesota TimberwolvesThe Cleveland Cavaliers were playing in front of the world on Thursday night against the Miami Heat. They fell flat on their faces against the Heat and were essentially lifeless. Some guy named LeBron James scored 38 points. On Saturday night, the Minnesota Timberwolves did not let them get up. The T'wolves trounced the Cavaliers by 34 points in the game and were ahead as much as 40 points. Here's what happened:

-The Wolves scored 37 points in the opening quarter, marking the highest scoring quarter of the season. Minnesota’s 73 points in the first half were also a season-high. The 34-point margin of victory was the fourth largest in franchise history.
-Kevin Love scored 28 points and had 19 rebounds
-Wesley Johnson had 20 points
-Darko Milicic had 14 points and 9 rebounds
-The Timberwolves made 18 three-pointers, a franchise record
-Oh, by the way, that all happened without Michael Beasley playing (out because of a sprained ankle)