After making the playoffs for the first time in five seasons, the Timberwolves are going big this year—literally. Head coach Chris Finch will have big men Anthony Edwards and Rudy Gobert at his disposal after the latter was acquired in a trade with Utah. Expectations are high for a franchise that hasn’t won a playoff series since 2004, and a big part of that will rely on Karl-Anthony Towns, who averaged nearly 25 points and 10 rebounds last year and is playing with a fresh contract.
The luxury suites at the Target Center were recently redone as part of a $140 million arena renovation. Suites accommodate between 11 and 22 guests and parking is included. One unique aspect of a suite at a Wolves game is that you can pick from a catering menu that has a Minnesota flavor with locally sourced organic food options hand-selected by area chef David Fhima.