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NBA basketball has been in Minneapolis on and off for 70 years, and for many years, it was the Lakers that represented the state. Yes, that world-famous franchise, the Los Angeles Lakers, started in Minnesota. The team played in the state from 1947 to 1960, getting its name from lakes in Minnesota. However, once the Lakers left Minneapolis for the glitz and glam of LA, the state of Minnesota was left without an NBA team.
Considering how many NBA fans are in Minnesota, it is amazing the state went more than 30 years without an NBA team. There was a brief moment when it seemed like this would change in 1985, as the owners of the Utah Jazz seemed to want to move the franchise to Minnesota. However, that plan fell apart when a Salt Lake City entrepreneur bought the franchise and kept the Jazz in Utah.
Minnesota basketball fans finally got their own team again in 1989 via the NBA expansion, with the Minnesota Timberwolves launching alongside the Orlando Magic, Miami Heat, and Charlotte Hornets.
As is with many expansion teams in the NBA, the early years of the Minnesota Timberwolves were pretty unsuccessful. Over the first seven seasons the Timberwolves spent in the NBA, it failed to make the playoffs once. The franchise finally got to experience the postseason for the first time in 1997, and one player was a very big reason for this - Kevin Garnett.
The team picked up Garnett with the 5th pick in the 1995 Draft, and the talented player soon became the most important player to the franchise. After guiding the team to the playoffs for the first time in 1997, the team reached the postseason in eight consecutive seasons. However, for the first seven of those appearances, the team dropped out in the first round.
The 2003/04 season was the highlight for the Garnett-led Timberwolves, as the franchise won two playoff games and reached the conference finals. However, in a cruel twist of fate, it was Minnesota’s old NBA franchise, the Los Angeles Lakers, that broke Timberwolves fans’ hearts.
While Timberwolves fans thought finally snapping one of the longest playoff losing streaks in league history may spur the team on, it was not to be. In fact, that was the last time the team would reach the postseason for the next 14 seasons.
Few NBA franchises have such a poor playoff history, even amongst expansion teams. Fans know the 14-season playoffs shutout as “The Drought”. Even in the ten seasons where the Timberwolves made it to the playoffs, the team has only made it past the first round once.
Still, fans look back on that 2003-04 season fondly. The team claimed the Northwest Division Title, and Garnett won the NBA MVP award after leading the franchise to its best season with 58 wins. Fans will hope the new generation of Timberwolves players can lead the team to match and exceed past glories.