Paul Allen Watches Timberwolves Games Exactly How You Would Expect

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We’ve all heard Paul Allen (KFAN) call Minnesota Vikings games. And with the emergence of social media, we now get to watch him make some of those legendary calls that used to be for ears only. But, just in case you didn’t know, PA is a big Minnesota Timberwolves fan too.

He’s been to a game or two (probably more) during this playoff run already, but on Wednesday night, during game one of the Western Conference Finals, he was stuck watching from home like most of the Timberwolves fan base around the world.

Paul Allen watches Minnesota Timberwolves games exactly how you would expect

And luckily, we got some video that was tweeted out by PA’s wife tonight that features our favorite NFL play-by-play voice watching game 1 of Wolves vs Mavs from his living room, fully equipped in purple Vikings shorts and what may or may not be a lime green Timberwolves golf style polo shirt shirt.

Paul Allen, who grew up in California, moved to Minnesota in 1995, when he got a job calling horse races at Canterbury Park, something he still does. He got his daily radio job at KFAN in 1998, four years before he became radio play-by-play voice of the Vikings.

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Over 25 years later, PA still holds all three jobs and he’s becoming more well known nationally for his iconic radio calls for the Vikings. Whether it was Adrian Peterson, Brett Favre, Kirk Cousins, Percy Harvin, Randy Moss or Robert Smith, there’s a Paul Allen touchdown call. When he’s dialed in, his KFAN radio show from 9 AM to Noon Monday through Friday is can’t miss too. Also, it’s definitely a lime green Wolves polo he is wearing.

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