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2015-16 Schedule
16-36, 5th in Northwest
Late run pushes Timberwolves past Bulls (0:57)
LaVine warming up for dunk contest (0:15)

Wolves close hard to steal win from Bulls

Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Gorgui Dieng combined for 71 points as Minnesota picked up its second win in a row against a Jimmy Butler-less Chicago squad. Box score

Reigning dunk champ, LaVine, denied! (0:18)

Bulls (27-22) at Timberwolves (15-36)

Chicago is without Jimmy Butler, who strained his left knee in the loss to Denver on Friday. The Bulls will miss Butler's defensive presence as Andrew Wiggins is coming off back-to-back 30-point games. Follow live

NBA All-Star Dunk Competition

  • Zach LaVine, Timberwolves*
  • Andre Drummond, Pistons
  • Aaron Gordon, Magic
  • Will Barton, Nuggets
*2015 champion

NBA All-Star Skills Competition: Big men

The NBA has widened the scope this year, including big men for the first time:

  • DeMarcus Cousins, Kings
  • Anthony Davis, Pelicans
  • Karl-Anthony Towns, Timberwolves
  • Draymond Green, Warriors

T-Wolves, una cuesta arriba que va más allá de lo deportivo

El elenco merece, en la teoría, un lugar más competitivo que el que actualmente ocupa de quinto equipo con peor balance de la NBA. Leer

The rim-rocking road to the dunk contest (1:28)
Scott Halleran/Getty Images

Wolves end drought vs. Clippers

Minnesota's 108-102 win at Staples Center on Wednesday night ended the visitors' 14-game losing streak against L.A. That was the NBA's longest active streak by one team against another. It dated to March 2012.

AP Photo/Danny Moloshok
4dKevin Arnovitz

CP3's late tech on 'overt clap' costly for Clippers

Point guard Chris Paul was assessed a costly technical foul in the the Clippers' loss to the Timberwolves on Wednesday night by the female referee with whom he shares a year-old history.

LaVine drops in on Wiggins' postgame interview (1:18)
Wiggins drops 31, Wolves snap 14-game slide (1:38)
Questionable technical foul on CP3? (0:48)

Wolves snap losing streak to the Clippers

Minnesota ends a 14-game losing streak to L.A. with a 108-102 victory that saw Austin Rivers get ejected and Chris Paul pick up a late, crucial technical foul. Andrew Wiggins led all scorers with 31 points. Box score

Rubio winds up with popcorn in his hair (0:33)

Clippers taking Wolves down to wire

Minnesota had a 4-point lead with 37 seconds to go, but Los Angeles got a quick dunk and the Wolves are up 102-100 with 27 seconds remaining. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

DeAndre Jordan puts down the alley-oop (0:08)

Wolves stymie Clippers in third

Andrew Wiggins is up to 25 points as Minnesota put together a 14-0 run to take the lead in the third quarter. Chris Paul is up to 17 points, while L.A.'s bench has chipped in for 31 as the Clippers trail 76-74 with one frame to play. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Towns connects on dunk from pretty Rubio pass (0:18)

Clippers hold slim lead over Wolves

Andrew Wiggins is blistering. The 2014 No. 1 overall pick is 9-for-12 from the floor for 21 points. He needs help, though. Balanced scoring gives L.A. the 55-53 lead. Halftime stats

Team Stats

Points Per Game100.121st
Rebounds Per Game42.025th
Assists Per Game22.310th
Points Allowed103.722nd

Team History


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