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Winners of 12 consecutive games at home and losers 10 of the last 11 times on the road, just how do you scout for each Timberwolves' team is going to show up?

"That's a good question," Sacramento coach and Minnesota's own Dave Joerger said before tonight's game. "They should be home for a while now, aren't they?"

The Wolves are back at Target Center, where they haven't lost a game since Phoenix beat them on Dec. 16.

Meanwhile, the Wolves lost consecutive games at the end in Cleveland on Wednesday and Chicago Friday and they're only road victory in 2018 is over the Clippers in L.A. nearly three weeks ago.

"You try to watch the most recent tape, that's the most relative," Joerger said. "They had an emotional game in Chicago. That's always interesting when you go back to place you played and coached at. I thought it was a pretty terrific game. Slow start at Cleveland, both teams scored a on. It was a pretty good game to watch as a basketball fan."

Wolves center Karl-Anthony Towns said after shoot this morning that it's time to get back home for the next three games before All-Star break and find some things they seem to have lost on the road.

"Energy, urgency," he said. "We've got to get some wins. It's that simple."