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Bucks at Wolves: Game #34

The Bucks cross the river to take on the Wolves at Target Center tonight. Loser gets stuck with Superior?

Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

Bucks at Wolves
7:00 pm CST
FS North

Well, I already wrote a bunch about this one in the game preview, so I won't repeat myself here. The Bucks come in to this one at 13-21, off a win over the Pacers in their last game.

Khris Middleton has been on fire for the Bucks recently, and is dangerous from everywhere on the court, but especially behind the three point line where he shoots 46% on the season.

Overall it's been a disappointing year for the Bucks, whose defense has largely collapsed from last season's excellence.

For the Wolves, getting better at home has to be a priority as we start a new year. They have been much better on the road for the most part, though they did win their last home outing against the Jazz. It would be great to see Andrew Wiggins have a big game, while he's been putting up OK numbers he hasn't had a truly big performance since perhaps December 18th in a win over the Kings. Zach LaVine has also been struggling, especially since he was moved primarily to the shooting guard spot a few games ago. He's a combined 10-38 from the field over his last four, and even putting him back on the ball against the Pistons didn't help.

The Wolves could really use a good night offensively; one where everyone gets to see their shots going in. The Bucks present that opportunity. Hopefully the Wolves can take advantage.

Expected linups


Michael Carter-Williams
Khris Middleton
Giannis Antetokounmpo
Jabari Parker
Greg Monroe


Ricky Rubio
Andrew Wiggins
Tayshaun Prince
Kevin Garnett
Karl-Anthony Towns

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