Wolves record: 15-66
From Tim Price/NBA.com:
The Timberwolves (15-66) trailed by as much as 30 points and spent all but 45 seconds of the second half trailing by more than 20.
From the Associated Press:
Minnesota's dreadful season ends Wednesday against Detroit. If the Timberwolves don't win, they'll tie the 1991-92 team for worst record in the 21-year history of the franchise.
"If it happens, it was just meant to happen," said Wolves forward Al Jefferson, who scored 13 points. "That's how I look at it. Of course, we don't want it to happen, but it's life."
After the Wolves lost for the 22nd time in 23 games, coach Kurt Rambis said he's "sure everybody's fairly ready" for the season to be over.
"We've got one game left, and I hope for them to come out and give a positive showing. Leave with a good taste in their mouths for over the summer," Rambis said. "This team was not built to win this year. We knew that."