The Minnesota Timberwolves were founded in 1989. You play in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. They play their home games in the Target Center in Minneapolis in front of up to 18,798 spectators. The name is derived from the Minnesota native wolf. The first few years were marked by failure. Rookies like Luc Longley, Christian Laettner or Isaiah Rider couldn't really hit it. Only with the draft of Kevin Garnett in 1995 and Stephon Marbury the following year began a promising period. The Timberwolves played regularly in the playoffs, and Garnett was named the NBA MVP in 2004. The promising duo only lasted 2 years, because Stephon Marbury left the Timberwolves because of different ideas about a new contract. After 12 years with no real team success, Kevin Garnett was traded to the Boston Celtics and Kevin Love became a key player in the Wolves in 2008. In 2014 this was passed on to the Cavaliers in exchange for Andrew Wiggins and in 2015, Karl-Anthony Towns was drafted as the next franchise player, who was joined by a real star in 2017 with Jimmy Butler. Butler couldn't get on with Wiggins and Towns and quickly changed clubs. Most recently, Wiggins was also traded for D’Angelo Russell of the Golden State Warriors, so that the future is now in the hands of Towns and Russell.
What cap shapes and designs are available?
he following versions are currently offered:
- 110 Flexfit Snapback from Mitchell & Ness
- Klassisches Snapback from Mitchell & Ness
- Beanies from Mitchell & Ness
- 9Fifty Snapback from New Era
- 9Forty Adjustable from New Era
- Winter hats from New Era
What colors and logos are most popular?
The team colors of the Minnesota Timberwolves are blue, green and gray. Most Minnesota Timberwolves caps are black or blue. The current logo shows a howling gray wolf from the side in a blue basketball since 2017. The eye, the nose and a star are green. The team name is arranged in a circle on the outside of the basketball. Before that, the logo was a wolf's head from the front, peeking out from behind green fir trees and baring its teeth. On the left the wolf was gray and on the right black, with yellow eyes and a blue outline on the outside. The team name was underneath in gray and blue. This logo was used from 1997 to 2017, with an adjustment in details and colors in 2009. The original team logo was a gray basketball with blue outlines with a blue wolf looking sideways. His eyes were green, just like the outline of the logo. Below the circle was Minnesota in green script and Timberwolves in blue and bold letters. Most Minnesota Timbervolves caps have the current logo, although there are also old school variants that use the original logo.
Most Popular Minnesota Timberwolves Caps:
- black snapback with Team Arch logo
- blue curved cap with the latest logo
- black curved cap with original logo
- green snapback with Team Arch logo
Which cap shapes are most popular?
The most popular cap shapes are always based on current fashion. Caps with a curved peak are currently popular, such as the 9Forty from New Era or 110 flexfit from Mitchell & Ness. Snapbacks were popular in the 90s and have seen a revival in recent years. Anyone who likes these caps will find what they are looking for with the classic Mitchell & Ness Snapback and New Era 9Fifty.
Which brands does TOPPERZSTORE currently offer Minnesota Timberwolves Caps from?
Mitchell & Ness and New Era currently offer NBA caps. The classic logos can be found on Mitchell & Ness caps, while New Era uses the current logos on the caps.
Does TOPPERZSTORE offer exclusive Minnesota Timberwolves caps?
We are currently expanding our range of NBA Exclusive Caps. So the Minnesota Timberwolves have a cap in the making, but if you have any ideas about what your dream cap should look like, please drop us a line.