Minnesota Timberwolves Rumors
A class-action lawsuit filed against the Timberwolves in 2016 over their implementation of their Flash Seats paperless ticketing system is nearing a settlement, according to an e-mail sent Monday from Brian Gudmundson, the attorney representing the plaintiffs, to at least one of the plaintiffs, Chris Hennen, which was obtained by the Star Tribune.
The suit alleged that the implementation of Flash Seats “fundamentally, and unlawfully, alters the way Timberwolves ticket holders may use and transfer tickets” and was put in place to “control the use, resale, and transfer of tickets by season-ticket holders — and to employ minimum resale prices, added fees, and other draconian restrictions on subsequent transfers of the tickets.”
You’d think it was a diss … if you didn’t know any better. But when Jimmy Butler took a shot at his friend Kyrie Irving in Malibu this week, we’re guessing it’s all in good fun. With all the Kyrie rumors going around, we asked Jimmy Buckets if he wanted Irving to join him in Minnesota. Jimmy’s response: “I don’t even know who that is.”
Back in 2013, Chappelle played basketball at Target Center and proceeded to miss a lot of shots. Like, it was bad. And the Timberwolves didn’t forget. On Monday, the official T-Wolves Twitter account tweeted a welcome video at Chappelle, which was brilliantly titled “I’m Brick James.”