Earlier this week, ESPN reported that Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor made some statements about the Kevin Love trade, commenting on Love’s defense, claiming that Love will get the blame if the Cleveland Cavaliers struggle and bringing up Love’s injury history.
I understand the frustration that Taylor must feel now that Love has officially left the Minnesota...
Divorces are always nasty, even when they are necessary.
Kevin Love has been largely quiet even as everyone knew he wanted out of Minnesota or that his talent needed to escape the wasteland that has become the Timberwolves — no Playoff appearances in the last decade speaks for itself. It was time for both the player and the franchise to move in a new direction as Love was close...
Newly acquired power forward Kevin Love thinks his former boss, Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor, should focus more on the players he acquired than the one that left.
Following the announcement of the deal that sent Love to Cleveland for two No. 1 draft picks and a future first-rounder, Taylor took a parting shot at his former All-Star.
“I question Kevin if this is going...
Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor took some parting shots at Kevin Love on Tuesday, pointing out some shortcomings in the star forward’s game and wondering out loud if he will be a good fit for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Love responded on Wednesday by basically telling Taylor to worry about himself. Love’s message during an appearance […]
Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor is kicking himself for not signing Kevin Love to a maximum five-year contract extension, but the team owner still has some criticism for the franchise’s former top player. Though Taylor admitted at a press conference Tuesday that he regrets not giving Love the deal the forward sought in 2012, he […]
Now that Kevin Love is officially a Cleveland Cavalier, it’s open season for his former employer and/or teammates to take shots at him on his way out the door. That’s exactly what Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor has done. Would you […]
Some soap operas conclude where they commenced.
This one probably won't. But one of its main characters continues, despite strong evidence to the contrary, to entertain the notion that it will.
Keeping in line with previous public comments regarding his NBA franchise's indignant superstar, Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor said Wednesday the team plans on having Kevin Love in...
Glen Taylor has pulled the Minnesota Timberwolves off the market.
Taylor said Friday that he has stopped looking for a buyer for the team and will instead offer to buy out any limited partners who are looking to sell.
Taylor put the team on the market last summer in hopes of finding a person or a group that would be willing to buy a minority stake to start with and then take control...
Glen Taylor tells The Associated Press that he is looking for a minority partner who could eventually succeed him as the majority owner of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Taylor bought the Timberwolves in 1994, saving the team from moving to New Orleans. He says that any partner he brings in would have to be committed to keeping the team in Minnesota.
Taylor hasn't put a timetable...
Via AP on Fox
May 04, 2012