It would be an overreaction to last night’s overtime victory over the Warriors to proclaim that it heralds the Timberwolves’ arrival. It was just one game, after all, and the team is still just 26-52, the fifth-worst record in the NBA. It also remains to be seen how they deal with the organizational turmoil caused by…
Zach LaVine is a fun player. He’s an ostensible point guard who’s got more spring in his legs than Gerald Green, he’s a dunk contest champion, and he’s the type of dude who will throw down a one-handed, 360 dunk in the middle of a game.
The final round of tonight’s NBA All-Star Weekend dunk contest proved to be one of the most memorable in decades, as Aaron Gordon and Zach LaVine combined for an epic battle—and that’s not hyperbole, as each player’s dunk was met by his opponent with an equally awesome one.
Look, the Wolves lost last night, as they’ve done a lot of lately, but reigning dunk champion Zach LaVine showed why he won last year, and got some early practice for this year’s contest in by catching this alley with ease and finishing the oop end with aplomb.
Kevin Garnett hasn't yet played a game with the Timberwolves after getting traded last Thursday, and rookie Zach LaVine is already scared of him. That was quick.
The NBA's incoming rookie class was collected in New York City over the weekend for the annual rookie photo shoot. While there, a few of the class' high-flyers participated in an impromptu dunk contest that was carried out over social media. Oklahoma City rookie Mitch McGary was the unquestionable champion of this…
Zach LaVine, who we already know can jump really, really high, was at the Seattle Pro-Am this year, and he shut shit down during the dunk contest.