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The “Bring ya a**” website offers an encouraging hidden message for Minnesota Timberwolves fans

Wolves fans aren’t ready to throw in the towel just yet


Wolves fans aren’t ready to throw in the towel just yet

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MINNEAPOLIS— Against a never before overcome 3-0 deficit the Western Conference finalsthe Minnesota Timberwolves and their fans could use some positivity right now.

Luckily, the owner of “bringyaass.com” is here to provide it.

The domain, subsequently purchased by writer Jon Savitt Anthony Edwards shouted the phrase during a postgame interview with Charles Barkley, directs attendees to the YouTube video for Starship’s “It’s Not Over (‘Til It’s Over).”

“The odds are against us, they say we don’t stand a chance,” Mickey Thomas sings in the video. “Well, you can’t give up, you can’t give in.”

After an opening round range of the Phoenix Suns and a thrilling comeback victory Game 7 against the Denver Nuggetsthe Wolves are in an almost unclimbable hole against the Dallas Mavericks. No team has ever come back from 3-0 in the conference finals. The Wolves, however, are well acquainted with historic comebacks: They overcame a 20-point deficit in that Game 7 win over the Nuggets, the largest in history.

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“Bring ya ass” entered the lexicon of Timberwolves fans when Barkley told Edwards he hadn’t been to Minneapolis in 20 years and asked for restaurant recommendations. Bringyaass.com was originally redirected to the Explore Minnesota site.

The Wolves will play the Mavs on Tuesday night in a do-or-die Game 4. Whoever wins the series will face the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals.

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