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Timberwolves fans have something to be exciting about after drafting highly coveted big man Karl Anthony-Towns with their number one overall pick. He will be paired with last seasons number one pick Andrew Wiggins who will surely make for an exciting duo. Get Minnesota Timberwolves tickets and head to the Target Center for a game!

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How do I buy the best price Minnesota Timberwolves tickets?

The best way to purchase Minnesota Timberwolves tickets is to go directly to the specific Minnesota Timberwolves page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Timberwolves listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for Target Center that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat view will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of Target Center provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do Minnesota Timberwolves tickets cost?

Rukkus uses algorithms to find the best Minnesota Timberwolves tickets for your budget. Whether that is cheap tickets or more expensive tickets, Rukkus has access to thousands of great value tickets at Target Center. You may encounter a high fluctuation of NBA ticket prices. If you are having trouble finding the perfect ticket, our fan operations team will be happy to take your call and make certain that you are able to buy the best ticket out there.

Can I buy away tickets for the Minnesota Timberwolves?

Purchasing tickets for the Minnesota Timberwolves when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Minnesota Timberwolves page. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Minnesota Timberwolves tickets go on sale?

There a couple simple ways to be notified when Timberwolves tickets go on sale. They are usually able to be purchased a few months before the opening game. It is also possible to setup a personal price alert for both a team or a specific game, so that you can know right away if any game information has changed. Rukkus is one of the first companies to display tickets for a NBA game at Target Center. If you can’t find the information that you are looking for, please email our team over at: hi@rukkus.com

Can I purchase home game tickets for the Minnesota Timberwolves?

Rukkus makes it simple to find and buy home game tickets for the Timberwolves. The schedule for all games happening at Target Center are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NBA ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home game tickets for the Timberwolves. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is even an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.

What makes Target Center special?

As well as being home to the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Target Center is also home to the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx . While the Target Center primarily services basketball games, it also hosts a multitude of concerts, shows, graduations, and private events as well, with the ability to host as many as 20,000+ attendees at capacity.

Who are some marquee players that have been a part of the Minnesota Timberwolves team in the past?

The Timberwolves are a relatively new franchise for the NBA, having only began play in 1989. Through their history though, they have fielded many notable players including Kevin Garnett, Kevin Love, Christian Laettner, Sam Mitchell, Malik Sealy, and Stephon Marbury to name a few.

How have the Minnesota Timberwolves performed historically?

Through the Minnesota Timberwolves relatively short tenure in the NBA has come a relatively short list of accolades for the franchise. Having never won a NBA Championship nor a Conference Title, the Timberwolves have only won 1 Division Title in their history and are currently in a serious overhaul and rebuilding process.

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Minnesota Timberwolves Overview

The fortunes of this franchise swung in 1995 with the No. 5 overall selection in that year’s draft.



While most teams go for the proven college star, the Minnesota Timberwolves went for a prospect that just recently departed high school. It was the first time in 20 years that a team chose a player with this little experience.

But Kevin Garnett showed that the T-Wolves’ choice was wise. The former McDonald’s All-American quickly became the face of Minnesota basketball and belied his young age with his play on the court.

His tenure with the Timberwolves included an MVP and eight consecutive playoff appearances – including a trip to the Western Conference Finals in 2004. After 12 years, Garnett was traded to a contender. And, sure enough, he would get his ring in Boston. But he left a lasting impact on this franchise – one that continues to reign even after he returned to the club in 2015.

Before Garnett entered the fold, it was not a pun to say that the Timberwolves were in the wilderness.

Beginning with their first year in 1989-90, Minnesota failed to get above 11th place in the Western Conference in each of the first six seasons.

The low point came in 1991-92, when they accumulated just 15 victories and nearly set the all-time NBA record for futility. Former Celtics assistant Jimmy Rodgers was the dubious head coach and the subsequent drafting of Christian Laettner and Isaiah Rider did very little to improve the fortunes inside the Target Center.

Minnesota would only bump up to 19 and 20 wins in the next two seasons, respectively. The only bright spot through 1994 was the franchise’s hosting of the All-Star Game that year, with Rider winning the Slam Dunk Contest.

After a 21-61 mark in 1994-95, the Timberwolves were in need of an identity, not to mention many more wins. Both would eventually come in the form of Garnett.

Other recent additions were new head coach Flip Saunders, veteran Spud Webb and forward Tom Gugliotta. In K.G.’s rookie campaign, he averaged 10.4 points per game and the club improved to 26 wins.

Those numbers took a sharp increase in year No. 2 for Garnett. He was aided by rookie guard Stephon Marbury. The trio of Garnett, Marbury and Gugliotta paved the way for the T-Wolves’ first postseason appearance – albeit a brief one. A savvy Houston Rockets team knocked them out in a three-game first round sweep.

While this 1996-97 season brought about hope. It would also be a sign of things to come. Although Minnesota would turn into a consistent threat in the Western Conference, the end results would always be the same: a first round exit.

One thing that wouldn’t remain constant would be Garnett’s supporting cast. Gugliotta departed in 1998. Soon after, acrimony between management and Marbury resulted in a parting of the ways. Stephon was part of a three-team deal that sent the disgruntled guard to the New Jersey Nets.

After a third straight playoff appearance (and third straight opening round loss), the Timberwolves tried their luck with Wally Szczerbiak – the sixth overall selection in the 1999 NBA Draft. It worked to some extent. Wally put in 11.6 points per game to go along with Garnett’s 22.9 and his 11.8 rebounds a contest. The result was the franchise’s first 50-win effort, but all it yielded was a four-game loss to the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round.

The following off-season saw tragedy, as guard Malik Sealy was killed in automobile accident. His No. 2 would be retired by the team.

With heavy hearts, the T-Wolves could do no better in 2000-01, and would endure two more first round exits.

Frustration was understandably abound – especially with Garnett. But a pair of key acquisitions would signal progress was being made. Veterans Sam Cassell and Latrell Sprewell joined, while Garnett was set to have his best season yet.

In his MVP year, No. 21 averaged 24.2 points, 13.9 rebounds and 2.2 blocks – all are career highs. In turn, the Timberwolves stepped up and won 58 games to earn the top seed in the Western Conference.

Minnesota broke through – not just topping the Denver Nuggets in the opening round, but besting the Sacramento Kings in a seven-game conference semifinal. That put the team one step away from the NBA Finals. Only the three-time defending champion Los Angeles Lakers stood in its way.

It turned out that the franchise to originally call Minneapolis home would beat the one that currently resides in the Twin Cities. Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal and company were simply too much for Garnett’s one-man show. An injured Cassell left the Timberwolves hampered and without enough to keep up, as the Lakers prevailed in six games.

There would be no more improvement in the following season. Instead, the T-Wolves stumbled. Grumblings from several players – including Sprewell and Terrell Brandon – did little to help the cause. Saunders would be fired in the middle of the season in favor of GM Kevin McHale. A 44-win campaign was not enough for the postseason.

The regression would continue, and so would the departure of quality talent. The only constant was Garnett, but he, too, would see his time in Minnesota eventually come to a close.

On July 31, 2007, the Timberwolves traded their longtime star to the Boston Celtics in exchange for five players, two first-round draft picks and cash. But all that the T-Wolves received wouldn’t be enough to fill this void.

A rebuilding mode was now in place, mostly under the watch of McHale. The pillar in this development would be Kevin Love. The forward from UCLA would be the No. 5 pick in the 2008 draft and would provide a unique combination of inside presence and outside shooting ability.

One year later, Spanish guard Ricky Rubio was drafted. His development took a bit longer, but he showed flashes of his spectacular reputation.

Love and Rubio were exciting to watch. However, the team wasn’t much beyond the duo. Minnesota won just 15 games in 2009-10, 17 the next year, and 26 in 2010-11.

The Timberwolves did improve record-wise over the following two seasons, and were just two games below the .500 mark in 2013-14. Unfortunately, any plans to build on this soon crumbled. All the rumors swirling about Kevin Love being traded eventually became true when the T-Wolves sent him to the Cleveland Cavaliers to join LeBron James.

The acquisition and reuniting of Kevin Garnett on February 19, 2015 was more a marketing ploy than a strategic one, but the veteran also was able to serve as a mentor to a still maturing group of potential stars.

In the end, the T-Wolves’ final record was 16-66 – the worst in the NBA. And, naturally, the odds for a top selection leaned towards Minnesota.

With the ping pong balls coming up in their favor, the Timberwolves now are set to collect a third No. 1 overall pick on their roster. So, even though 2014-15 obviously didn’t go as planned – a starting lineup featuring Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett, Shabazz Muhammad and Rubio should lead to a re-kindling of the old success.

Minnesota Timberwolves Lineup

  • Anthony Bennett
  • Corey Brewer
  • Chase Budinger
  • Gorgui Dieng
  • Robbie Hummel
  • Zach LaVine
  • Kevin Martin
  • Shabazz Muhammad
  • Nikola Pekovic
  • Glenn Robinson III
  • Ricky Rubio
  • Ronny Turiaf
  • Andrew Wiggins
  • Mo Williams
  • Thaddeus Young

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Minnesota Timberwolves Ticket Prices

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Cheap Minnesota Timberwolves Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 NBA Preseason: Minnesota Timberwolves at Memphis Grizzlies — 10/18/2015
FedExForum; Memphis, TN
$2.00 Orlando Magic at Minnesota Timberwolves — 12/01/2015
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$2.00 Preseason: Minnesota Timberwolves at Indiana Pacers — 10/07/2014
Bankers Life Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, IN
$2.00 Oklahoma City Thunder at Minnesota Timberwolves — 04/15/2015
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$2.00 Minnesota Timberwolves at Indiana Pacers — 01/13/2015
Bankers Life Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, IN
$3.00 Charlotte Hornets at Minnesota Timberwolves — 11/10/2015
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$3.00 Boston Celtics at Minnesota Timberwolves — 01/28/2015
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$3.00 Minnesota Timberwolves at New Orleans Pelicans — 01/19/2016
Smoothie King Center; New Orleans, LA
$3.00 NBA Preseason: Indiana Pacers at Minnesota Timberwolves — 10/21/2014
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$4.00 Memphis Grizzlies at Minnesota Timberwolves — 11/15/2015
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN

Best and Most Expensive Minnesota Timberwolves Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$397.00Minnesota Timberwolves at Golden State Warriors — 04/05/2016
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
$297.00Minnesota Timberwolves at Oklahoma City Thunder — 03/11/2016
Chesapeake Energy Arena; Oklahoma City, OK
$250.00Cleveland Cavaliers at Minnesota Timberwolves — 01/08/2016
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$241.00Brooklyn Nets at Minnesota Timberwolves — 01/28/2017
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$241.00Indiana Pacers at Minnesota Timberwolves — 01/26/2017
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$217.00Minnesota Timberwolves at Los Angeles Lakers — 10/28/2015
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
$172.00NBA Preseason: Memphis Grizzlies at Minnesota Timberwolves — 10/19/2016
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
$156.00Minnesota Timberwolves at Houston Rockets — 03/18/2016
Toyota Center; Houston, TX
$144.00Minnesota Timberwolves at Golden State Warriors — 11/26/2016
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
$142.00Toronto Raptors at Minnesota Timberwolves — 04/01/2015
Target Center; Minneapolis, MN
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