It’s been quite some time since the Minnesota Timberwolves put out a winning team. The T-Wolves have looked like they are a franchise in a constant rebuild with their last playoff appearance coming in the 2003-04 season. They’ve had one winning season in the 12 seasons since then and that’s as ugly as ugly gets in this league. Yet, the future is bright for Minnesota as they’ve been able to cash in on some franchise-changing prospects with Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns winning the Rookie of the year award in a row.
As these two stars grow and mature, sportsbooks will have to start putting out favourite prices on Minnesota Timberwolves lines in the coming years.
Minnesota Timberwolves Next Game
To see who’s on deck for the T-Wolves you can check the box below for the current odds on the Minnesota Timberwolves next game.
Minnesota Timberwolves Score
All those losing seasons brings about some ugly Minnesota Timberwolves scores, but tracking their progress with their schedule and results chart below is a must to succeed with your NBA betting.
Minnesota Timberwolves Standings
For years the Minnesota Timberwolves standings position has been at the bottom, but optimism reigns supreme within the organization right now. Check the standings box below to see if Minnesota is beginning their ascent.
Minnesota Timberwolves Record
The Minnesota Timberwolves have been a popular team for NBA bettors to bet against the past decade or so, but it’s only a matter of time before things start to trend upward. All of these rough years allow Minnesota to try and change their fortunes with great draft selections and they’ve really started to do that the past few seasons. The core of Andrew Wiggins, Karl-Anthony Towns, Ricky Rubio and Zach LaVine are poised to go through this process together and transform the franchise into a winner.
Although the 2015-16 season finished with a 29-53 straight up record for Minnesota, that was a 13-win improvement from the year before. Bettors should expect more of the same going forward, especially since they were able to be a great bet in road games. The T-Wolves had a 25-16 against the spread record on the road in 15-16 and when you are competitive on a nightly basis in hostile environments, the wins will start to come.
Andrew Wiggins has the talent to be a superstar in this league and after two seasons he’s gone through the typical struggles that many superstars like LeBron, Kevin Durant, and others have experienced as well. Everyone knows how well those players have turned out as they honed their skills and Wiggins is on the cusp of doing the same. As long as the rest of the young talent Minnesota has around him follows his lead, the T-Wolves should be able to flip the script and be a popular team to bet ON during the next few seasons.