Family Friendly Fun at the Minnesota Timberwolves Game
I can’t tell you how much fun we had last night at the Minnesota Timberwolves game. The team isn’t doing that great this year, but the home games are very family friendly and extremely affordable. I started following the team in 2012, when I first arrived here in Central Minnesota. They’ve got plenty of talent on the team and its only a matter of time before this team turns things around in a major way. The ‘Wolves’ have been plagued with injuries and misfortune over the last several seasons, but now that superstars like Kevin Love, Ricky Rubio, and Corey Brewer are healthy, things could get very interesting quickly.
Its awesome to see families in the stands at the Target Center screaming their heads off for the local team and supporting them no matter the games outcome. That’s what being a fan is all about and showing pride for your hometown boys. The Wolves do a great job at keeping all fans entertained before, throughout and after the game. You can find a number of activities for fans of all ages. From the Timberwolves Dancers, to the teams energetic mascot; Crunch, they know how to entertain and engage. Did I mention they host fan contests on the court or that they have a DJ spinning between time outs, quarters, halftime etc?
Single game tickets are very affordable and they offer discounted packages throughout the season. Meal Deal, College night, Ladies night, Guys night out, and even Crunch’s Kids day during select Sunday home games (kids 12 and under get a free upper-level ticket with a paid adult ticket). The Minnesota Timberwolves are celebrating 25 years in the NBA and continue to create new and exciting offers for their die-hard fans every year. The team is very involved with the local community and participate in tons of charity events throughout the year. Hope to see you at an upcoming home game before the end of the season. Chances are, you’ll see Tracy, Macy and myself in the mix! P.S. it was a nice win last night over the Indiana Pacers! Were now 26-28 in the Western Conference.