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Alex Berg has been covering Minnesota sports for Cold Omaha since January 2017. He has previously written for the Bemidji Pioneer and the New Ulm Journal. Follow Alex on Twitter @alexberg22

Maya Moore Nets Season-High, Minnesota Lynx Hold off New York Liberty

Maya Moore scored 10 of her season-high 27 points in the third quarter in a 76-75 win for the Minnesota Lynx over the New...

BERG: So…Minnesota is a Destination Now?

“I’ll be talking to a lot of really good players, much better than myself, I will tell you that, and get them here to...

Lynx All-Stars Shine in Win Over Dallas

The Minnesota Lynx are sending a league-high four players and head coach Cheryl Reeve to Seattle for Saturday’s All-Star game. The four stars combined...

BERG: Minnesota Timberwolves are Built to Win, but Also for the...

After the Toronto Raptors acquired forward CJ Miles from the Indiana Pacers in a sign-and-trade last week, it was reported that Miles and the...

Minnesota Timberwolves Select Creighton’s Justin Patton No. 16 Overall

In addition to Jimmy Butler, the Minnesota Timberwolves are set to acquire the rights to Creighton center Justin Patton, who was the 16th selection...

NBA Draft Profile: Malik Monk

If the Minnesota Timberwolves choose to select a guard in next week’s draft, that guard very well might be Kentucky’s Malik Monk. The freshman...

NBA Draft Profile: Lauri Markkanen

After Florida State’s Jonathan Isaac, one of the next most talked about prospects in Minnesota is Arizona’s Lauri Markkanen. Markkanen, a freshman forward, averaged...

NBA Draft Profile: Jonathan Isaac

With the 2017 NBA Draft just over two weeks away, it's time to look at prospects who could find themselves wearing a Minnesota Timberwolves...

Karl-Anthony Towns Snubbed From All-NBA Teams

The NBA announced Thursday the league’s three All-NBA teams. Houston Rockets guard James Harden was the only player to be unanimously voted (100 votes)...

Can Miguel Sano be Baseball’s Next Big Slugger?

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis hit 53 home runs in 2013. It was the first 50-homer season since Toronto’s Jose Bautista belted 54...