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Minnesota Timberwolves Playoff Details
The Minnesota Timberwolves have had an interesting playoff history, with the team getting to the postseason on many occasions as they attempt to climb the ranks of the NBA’s elite. The Wolves have had some high-level players put on their uniform for the postseason, and extended streak of playoff appearances paid off with one of the great seasons by any team in the NBA.
Wolves basketball had a legendary playoff run in the late 1990s into the early 2000s, as the team made the playoffs for eight straight seasons. That era of the team’s history was highlighted by Kevin Garnett, who made the team into the contender that it became. Garnett, an intense and supremely talented big man, was able to score in a variety of ways, with his jump shot keeping defenders honest and forcing defenders to play close to him, at which point he could then take them to the bucket. There was a lot more to the team than just Kevin Garnett, of course, as the Wolves had other high-quality players like Latrell Sprewell and Sam Cassell for support.
Garnett and the Wolves lost in the first round of the first seven of those eight playoff appearances, but finally broke through in the 2004 season, when they claimed the top seed in the Western Conference playoffs for the first time in franchise history. This time around, they finally broke through the first round barrier by defeating the Denver Nuggets to get to round two. There, they defeated the Sacramento Kings in a tight seven-game series to get to the Western Conference Finals.
Once they got there, the Wolves took on the Los Angeles Lakers, a team with plenty of star power of their own. The Lakers got the better of the Wolves in that series, with the duo of Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal doing what they did to so many opponents during that era of NBA history and using their complimentary skill sets to take out their opponents.
When Do Timberwolves Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Wolves fans can usually expect Timberwolves playoff tickets to go on sale at or near the time where the team makes the playoffs. That usually happens in late March or early April, but that can depend on how well the team is doing. If they can clinch a playoff spot earlier in the season, tickets can usually be expected to go on sale then, before the regular season draws to a close.
How Much Do Timberwolves Playoff Tickets Cost?
On average, Timberwolves playoffs tickets resell for $154. Granted, there are plenty of things that can cause that number to increase or decrease, including seating section, playoff stage, and how the team is performing. If the Wolves look like a serious contender or a fan wants to sit closer to the court, tickets have the potential to be more expensive than they would be for seats in the upper levels of the arena.