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

Tripled TV deal could rock NBA salary cap

Player payrolls could rise to as much as $91.2 million in 2016-17.

Updated: October 07, 2014, - 06:08 AM

Wolves to go young in exhibitions

After a week of practicing against each other, the Timberwolves finally get to play a game.The youth-infused roster will get...

Updated: October 06, 2014, - 10:59 PM

Wolves trio flashing new muscle thanks to offseason workouts

Shabazz Muhammad, Anthony Bennett and Ronny Turiaf transformed their bodies over the summer.

Updated: October 06, 2014, - 07:29 AM

Reeve, Lynx players aid U.S. run to world championship title game

Opportunity means a lot to the coach, who called the experience “special.”

Updated: October 04, 2014, - 09:45 PM

Wolves' health plan for Pekovic: Limit his minutes

Wolves center Nikola Pekovic has missed 68 games the past three seasons, most of them because of recurring injuries to...

Updated: September 29, 2014, - 10:10 PM

Talking up Teddy: Vikings players confident in new quarterback

Teddy Bridgewater looked calm and in control in his first NFL action, as he has been ever since he was drafted.

Updated: September 23, 2014, - 06:57 AM

Aug. 20: Lynx's Moore steps up her game, earns WNBA MVP award

When more was asked, Maya Moore delivered this season for the Lynx — and became MVP. She will receive her award Thursday night before Game 1 of the WNBA playoffs.

Updated: September 11, 2014, - 03:08 PM

Vikings' two-year stint outdoors recalls team's glory days

The Vikings are heading back outdoors, recalling the Met Stadium mystique.

Updated: September 10, 2014, - 08:24 AM

July 10, 2012: Defense always has been name of game for Suters

Ryan Suter's blue line success follows in the footsteps of his dad, an Olympian, and his uncle, an NHL star.

Updated: September 09, 2014, - 03:56 PM

Reeve insists Lynx, when healthy, still best WNBA team

In a year during which the Lynx dealt with several knee injuries, Cheryl Reeve said forward Rebekkah Brunson and guard Monica Wright never were 100 percent.

Updated: September 04, 2014, - 11:05 PM

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