The Wolves Beat
Chris Hine covers the Minnesota Timberwolves for the Star Tribune.
The Timberwolves' second unit played well for a second consecutive night.
Karl-Anthony Towns had 33 points and 23 rebounds in a win over the Grizzlies.
The rookie bounced back from recent struggles with solid defense on James Harden and 21 points.
Cameron Reynolds, who was on his second 10-day contract, is going to be a member for the Wolves for a while longer
Karl-Anthony Towns on Thursday fouled out for the ninth time this season.
Jeff Teague and Taj Gibson filled the scoring void left by injured Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins.
Derrick Rose extended his playing time to 30 minutes as the Wolves defeated the Wizards.
Taj Gibson on Wednesday was ejected for the second time this season for the foul in the fourth quarter.
The Timberwolves completed their fourth winless road trip of three or more games this season
Karl-Anthony Towns had a season high 42 points against the Pacers.
Atlanta's young duo was hard to stop for the Timberwolves.
Anthony Tolliver scored a season-high 16 points in Karl-Anthony Towns' absence.
Jerryd Bayless left Thursday's game because of a big right toe injury. He's the fourth injured point guard for the Wolves.
The Wolves may rank toward the bottom of the league, but their $1.26 billion value represents a 19 percent increase from a season ago.
Dario Saric had a season-high 22 points off the bench Tuesday.
Rose has missed the last three games with right ankle soreness
The Wolves had a lineup that featured four bench forwards and a point guard for a stretch Wednesday night.
Utah utilized the pick-and-roll to great effect in its victory over the Wolves.
Taj Gibson said he planned to apologize to official James Williams after GIbson was ejected in Friday's loss to Utah.
The NBA can be can't miss television, even on a night when the Timberwolves crush the Suns 118-91, because you never know what might happen to entertain you.