Kent Youngblood

Reporter | Pro Sports
Phone: 612-673-4365
Kent Youngblood is a general assignment reporter. He writes most often about the Timberwolves and Wild.

Recent content from Kent Youngblood

Gophers women don't get in NCAA tournament

The U’s failure to record a signature victory during the regular season proved costly.

Updated: March 18, 2014, - 12:03 AM

Gophers women will learn their fate Monday night

At stake is the school’s first NCAA tournament berth since 2009.

Updated: March 17, 2014, - 12:11 AM

Royce White called up by Sacramento

The Sacramento Bee reported that White hasn't yet joined the Kings on their current road trip, so it is unlikely he will play against the Timberwolves Sunday at Target Center.

Updated: March 14, 2014, - 12:18 PM

Wolves' coach Adelman wants to play more of Barea with Rubio

Pairing J.J. Barea with Ricky Rubio is one of the changes Adelman is considering as the season dwindles down, games have more importance and rotations tighten.

Updated: March 14, 2014, - 11:38 AM

Wolves rally in second half to defeat Milwaukee

The second-worst-shooting team in basketball turned into sharpshooters before Minnesota played some defense.

Updated: March 12, 2014, - 07:27 AM

Mbah a Moute pays way for his French fan club

A friend of Mbah a Moute used to play for Basket Club Nyonsais, a club located near Avignon in the south of France. They decided to hold fundraisers with the idea of traveling to the United States to watch him play.

Updated: March 12, 2014, - 12:07 AM

Guard Martin needs to be more of a Big Bad Wolf

Rick Adelman is always on the shooting guard to play more aggressively.

Updated: March 10, 2014, - 01:07 AM

Wolves need quick recovery after bad home loss

Wednesday’s home loss to the New York Knicks was the last thing the team could afford.

Updated: March 07, 2014, - 12:02 PM

U women near NCAA at-large basketball berth

A third win for the Gophers over Wisconsin in their tourney opener is a must or it bursts.

Updated: March 06, 2014, - 06:48 AM

Wolves turn in a dud in loss to Knicks at Target Center

Carmelo Anthony scored 33 points, including six as the Knicks opened the fourth quarter on a 15-2 run to take control.

Updated: March 06, 2014, - 05:18 AM

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