Relive four of the greatest moments in Timberwolves basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2004 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 7 vs Sacramento - T-Wolves greatest
2010 Regular Season vs New York - 31 & 31
2015 Regular Season vs Los Angeles - Turning back the clock
2018 Regular Season vs Denver - Ending the Drought
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2004 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 7
Timberwolves vs Sacramento
83 - 80
19 May, 2004
2004 is easily Minnesota's greatest season. Led by Kevin Garnett, they earned the number 1 seed and reached the conference finals, in part to KG's performance in Game 7 against Sacramento. Only making 11 3 PT's all season, his clutch 3 in the 4th qtr with the shot clock winding down was critical.
2010 Regular Season
31 & 31
Timberwolves vs New York
112 - 103
12 November, 2010
At only 22 years old, Kevin Love put himself in the national spotlight recording the first 30 point and 30 rebound game in 28 years. Later that year he would be named an All-Star and his 31-31 game was truly his coming out party. The Target center wasn't packed but it sounded like a Game 7.
2015 Regular Season
Turning back the clock
Timberwolves vs Los Angeles
106 - 110
7 December, 2015
In 39 year old Garnett's return to Minnesota, he got fans up off their seats with a monster dunk over Blake Griffin, who is normally on the opposite end of posters. KAT was pumped up, LA's Pierce was hiding a grin, and KG drew a technical for taunting but nobody cared. The Big Ticket was back.
2018 Regular Season
Ending the Drought
Timberwolves vs Denver
112 - 106
11 April, 2018
This game had a lot to remember. Taj Gibson's defense in the final minutes on Jokic kept Minnesota in the game and forced overtime. But it was Wiggins, who knew what was on the line - 14 straight years without playoffs - whose clutch free throws ended the drought. Ice cold.