Wolves 101, Warriors 105

Minnesota eventually fought back and got within two
points late in the fourth quarter. If not for the season-high 23
turnovers, they might have won.
 
But ultimately the Wolves couldn’t execute against
the Warriors’ defense and couldn’t make enough stops on the other end.
By the time Minnesota made a fourth-quarter charge, it had too big of a
deficit to overcome.
  
 
 
 
Wolves record: 4-23
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This time, the Wolves have Marko Jaric and Rashad McCants back from the
flu (Jaric missed the last three games, McCants the last two). Both
started the game on the bench  because Wittman wanted to see what kind
of conditioning they’re in. Veteran Greg Buckner also was cleared to
play after missing nine games because of a strained calf and a brief
family leave.
 
 

Al Jefferson had 20 points and 19 rebounds, Rashad McCants scored 15 points and Ryan Gomes added 14 for the Timberwolves, who were coming off their biggest loss in nearly 10 years with a 110-76 defeat in New Orleans on Saturday that was a season low for points.
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