The Washington Post

The draft order is now set, with the Timberwolves and Lakers being the big winners of the lottery, and the big loser clearly being the Knicks.

The Timberwolves small forward, who was the No. 1 pick in the draft, led all first-year players in scoring.

The veteran forward was playing his first game for Minnesota since 2007.

The Timberwolves rookie appears to take the mild hazing in stride during a post-game media session.

The 32-year-old guard unexpectedly accounts for the highest scoring total in the NBA so far this season.

Spurs, Timberwolves can't play after generator malfunctions in Mexico City arena.

The NBA cites the first two players under its anti-flopping rule. Congrats -- or something --to J.J. Barea and Donald Sloan.