2018 SeasonAll times ET

2018 Schedule
31-51, 5th in Northwest
Towns more comfortable in second year with Thibodeau (0:34)
Wiggins taking his time with contract (1:01)
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Wiggins taking time before signing extension

Even with training camp set to begin on Saturday, Minnesota Timberwolves star Andrew Wiggins is in no hurry to finalize the five-year, $148 million extension sitting right in front of him.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

The Timberwolves added Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson and Aaron Brooks this offseason, leading Karl-Anthony Towns to say "It seems like we're bringing Chicago to Minnesota." He added, while showing off the team's new uniforms, "I feel good. My girlfriend says I look good." (Photo by Nick Friedell).

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Taj Gibson reunites with Tom Thibodeau in Minnesota, and will be the first NBA player to wear No. 67 since 1947. (Photo by Nick Friedell).

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Jimmy Butler poses for a photo in his new Timberwolves jersey. Butler was one of 14 former All-Stars to change teams in the offseason. (Photo by Nick Friedell).

Butler excited about playing with new teammates (0:59)
Butler has expectations for Wolves sky high (0:52)
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Veteran G Brooks signs with Timberwolves

Guard Aaron Brooks has signed with the Minnesota Timberwolves, where he'll join Jeff Teague, Tyus Jones and Melo Trimble on the roster entering training camp.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

With a likely Andrew Wiggins extension, Minnesota will project to have $123M tied up between 5 players in 2019-20.

Butler making the Timberwolves very attractive (1:02)
Big names in new cities shaped the NBA offseason (1:52)
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#NBArank Nos. 51-75: Two Timberwolves break into top 75

Jeff Teague, No. 73 on our list, gives Minnesota a different look at the point guard spot. And while Andrew Wiggins might be lacking in certain areas, his ability to score factors into his position at No. 57.

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12dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Muhammad returning to Wolves

Guard Shabazz Muhammad will be returning to the Timberwolves, the only team he's played for in the NBA, sources told ESPN.

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#NBArank: Dieng cracks top 100

Gorgui Dieng was the lone bright spot for the Timberwolves defense last season. The veteran big man is slotted at No. 77 on our list.

Team Stats

Points Per Game105.613th
Rebounds Per Game42.425th
Assists Per Game23.79th
Points Allowed106.7Tied-18th

Team History