Minnesota Timberwolves: 7 Reasons Why the Wolves Can Have a Breakout NBA Season

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Minnesota Timberwolves: 7 Reasons Why the Wolves Can Have a Breakout NBA Season
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The Minnesota Timberwolves have disappointed their fans many times ever since the 2007 trade of Kevin Garnett to the Boston Celtics, and their record in the last two seasons combined is 32-132.

Due to the recent poor performances by players and poor leadership from team owner Glen Taylor, GM David Kahn and now former head coach Kurt Rambis, it is easy for many basketball fans and experts to think of the T-Wolves as a laughing-stock team even before their season starts.

The T-Wolves have always been expected to lose many games in the previous years, but this upcoming season may be their best chance to become a serious competitor on a nightly basis, and show that they can win against any opponent.

Here are seven reasons why the Wolves can have a breakout NBA season.

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