Tuesday, October 31, 2006

It Feels Like Christmas Eve

The Wolves have won 11 consecutive home openers. According to an email from the Wolves' office, the team is 300 tickets away from having their first sold out home opener in 10 years.

Coach Casey tells WCCO that "right now, we're ahead defensively more than offensively."

Steve Aschburner presented Garnett with the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award today.

Sam at SLAM Online sums up EA Sports' NBA Live 07 Video Game Simulation of the season. In the simulation, Garnett receives the regular season MVP award.

The Pioneer Press has Coach Casey's scouting report on a few members of the team.

Mad Dog's knee problem may keep him out of the home opener.

The Detroit News says that Minnesota is one of the teams at which the recently waived Jalen Rose might look.

For the second year in a row, Garnett missed the team luncheon with the city's Chamber of Commerce and may be fined.

The Detroit Pistons Today organized a bunch of hoops blogs to preview the opening day games. Scroll down for Wolves Watch's prediction for tomorrow's game against the Kings.

The Wolves are at #20 in ESPN's Power Rankings.

From The Rocky Mountain News:
Point guard Anthony Carter is staying by the phone. "(The Nuggets) told me to stay ready in case they make a move (with one of their many big men)," said Carter, waived last Wednesday, leaving the Nuggets with only two true point guards. Carter is working out in the Minneapolis area .