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Halftime Adjustments - What gives?

In recent games, the Wolves seem to be developing a habit of building a run immediately after halftime to start the 3rd quarter.

- 13 to 4 run out of halftime against Dallas leading to a Dallas timeout

- 13 to 7 run out of halftime against Houston leading to a Houston timeout

- 12 to 3 run out of halftime against LA Clippers leading to (you guessed it) a Clippers timeout.

The pattern isn't perfect, of course. Utah is a recent outlier. However, Adelman must be making some pretty good halftime adjustments.

What are the Wolves doing to start these post half-time runs? Is there a consistent pattern or is it something a little different against each team?

I haven't been able to watch any of the games, so I'm very interested in your thoughts and insights below.

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