At NO directly after GS could very well be a loss. Road game on a back to back night isn't the easiest thing to do. Then we come home to host the Pistons, which we should take after 3 days rest. ATL and NY should be in the bag. At Mephis might be a tough one on the road and seeing as its the 2nd half of double header, the Cavs might be more difficult then normal. Houston at home should be a W since w can run the floor against them while they try to slow it down with our fans going nuts. LAC here should be a good revenge game and two days later should be a good stomping becasue we're a top team and SA is scared of em this yearOriginally posted by <b>merc_cuban</b>!
here's the teams they play
Feb 3 GS
Feb 4 @NO
Feb 7 DET
Feb 9 @ATL
Feb 10 NY
Feb 17 @MEM
Feb 18 @CLE
Feb 21 HOU
Feb 24 LAC
Feb 26 SA
2/1 - vs. PHL (W)Originally posted by <b>merc_cuban</b>!
and they play alot of good teams in feb. already looked at it
That's only 5 out of 15 games though, and I personally think that the Bucks won't provide any more trouble than the other teams listed. They're a good team for sure, but I don't really like the matchup for them.Originally posted by <b>Mavs Dude</b>!
I would say that the Kings,Pistons,Spurs,Nets,and Bucks could all cause trouble for the Timberwolves.
Memphis isn't going to be an easy game either, even if its at home. You're also over looking Utah, which has been pulling upsets since opening day. I'm not saying these are going to be tough games but they could easily be losses.Originally posted by <b>twolvesguy</b>!
Wolves are 1-0 against the Bucks this season.
Of the 4 other games against the Kings, Nets, Spurs, Pistons, 3 of the games are at home. Only the Detroit game is on the road.
March will be a very difficult month for the Twolves.