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Your home for every Wolves and Lynx game recap.

Warriors 137, Wolves 114: Curry, Defending Champs Still Light Years Ahead

Golden State cruised to a 23-point win after an explosive 47-point first quarter, 25 points from Stephen Curry and Jordan Poole’s 24 points off the bench.

Hornets 110, Wolves 108: Inexcusable Loss in Charlotte

Minnesota played sloppy and lazy in the second half, which led to their downfall

Wolves 115, Pacers 101: Minnesota’s Most Complete Performance Yet

The Timberwolves cruised to a road win in Indianapolis over the Pacers behind Rudy Gobert’s 21 points and 15 rebounds, and a near triple-double from Karl-Anthony Towns

Wolves 105, Heat 101: Jordan McLaughlin Appreciation Night

The Timberwolves’ revered backup point guard provided a huge spark with three third quarter 3-pointers to secure his team the lead and crucial momentum.

Wolves 112, 76ers 109: Survive and Advance

Anthony Edwards made enough plays late to lift the Timberwolves over Joel Embiid and a depleted Sixers squad without James Harden, Tyrese Maxey and Tobias Harris.

Timberwolves 126, Magic 108: KAT’s Birthday Present

A day after his 27th birthday, Karl-Anthony Towns receives a matching pair of 30 burgers courtesy of Anthony Edwards, and a victory to boot.

Wolves 129, Cavaliers 124: Look, They’re Alive!

The Wolves looked more like their forecasted selves in a successful must-win game in Cleveland

Grizzlies 114, Wolves 103: Familiar Foes, Familiar Woes

Edwards leads, Russell is absent, and KAT fouls. This was a familiar game that showed the Wolves haven't grown since last year but was still one of the better performances we’ve seen this season.

Suns 129, Wolves 117: Booker, Bridges Show Wolves Just How Far Away They Are

Phoenix played like a championship-caliber team on Wednesday night, leaving the Wolves confused and hapless

Wolves 129, Rockets 117: Ant Dunks and Leads the Wolves to a Much Needed Win

Timberwolves make light work of a young Rockets team and cruise to a much needed victory.

Bucks 115, Wolves 102: Bucks Remain Undefeated, Antetokounmpo Records Triple Double in Victory

Jrue Holiday and Giannis Antetokounmpo combined for 55 points in a showing that displayed the current gap between the Wolves and the NBA’s elite.

Suns 116, Wolves 107: Building Chemistry or Breaking Confidence?

In what appeared at first to be a blowout loss, Naz Reid helped engineer a comeback before Chris Finch pulled the plug for the sake of building chemistry.

Spurs 107, Wolves 98: Time is a Flat Circle

The Wolves drop a slogfest in San Antonio where many of the same themes from this season showed their ugly teeth...again

Wolves 111, Lakers 102: The Taurean Prince Game

Prince delivered 13 points and three steals that became momentum-turning inflection points in a rock fight win.

Wolves 134, Spurs 122: In Scoring Trouble? Better Call Jaylen

Minnesota’s bench microwave poured in 15 second half points on 7/8 shooting to hold serve so the starters could close out a frisky San Antonio squad.

Spurs 115, Wolves 106: No Cohesion, No Defense, No Problem for San Antonio

The Timberwolves’ struggles in transition and from behind the 3-point line plagued them again in a disastrous home loss to the Spurs.

Wolves 116, Thunder 106: Third-Year Leap Anthony Edwards Has Arrived

Edwards’ 30 points powered Minnesota past Oklahoma City to secure the Wolves a 2-1 start on the front end of their first back-to-back.

Jazz 132, Wolves 126: Déjà Vu Strikes Again at Target Center

Anthony Edwards’ game-high 30 points wasn’t enough as Malik Beasley, Jarred Vanderbilt and the Jazz take down the Wolves.

Wolves 115, Thunder 108: Gobert to the Rescue

Rudy Gobert’s team-high 23 points and 16 rebounds revived the Wolves after a major power outage to defeat the Thunder.

Nets 112, Wolves 102: Sluggish Start Sets the Tone for a Disjointed Loss

The Brooklyn Nets cruised to a 112-102 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves behind a combined 46 points from Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant.

Wolves 118, Lakers 113: Welcome to the Naz Reid Show

Minnesota’s embarrassment of riches was on display in yet another short-handed preseason win.

Wolves 119, Clippers 117: Naz Reid Fuels a Comeback Win in KAT’s Return

Reid led the Wolves with a team-high 20 points en route to Minnesota erasing an 18-point deficit to beat the Clippers in Los Angeles.

Wolves 114, Lakers 99: Wolves Depth Shows in Comfortable Victory

Timberwolves’ depth shows in blowout win over shorthanded Lakers squad

Wolves 121, HEAT 111: Depth on Display

Six Wolves players score in double figures, outgunning the HEAT with 51.2% shooting from the field.

Sun 90, Lynx 83: Sunset on Syl’s Final Ride

Minnesota was unable to complete a 19-point fourth quarter comeback as Sylvia Fowles career, and the Lynx 11-season playoff streak, comes to a close.

Storm 96, Lynx 69: Sylvia Fowles Showered With Love in a Well-Earned Farewell

We’re all so grateful that Minnesota is part of Sylvia Fowles’ story

Lynx 86, Mercury 77: Minnesota Rallies Behind Sylvia Fowles For Big Win

With Syl pushing through her lingering knee injury, Moriah Jefferson and Aerial Powers stepped in a major way in the fourth quarter to keep the Lynx playoff hopes alive.

Lynx 81, Dream 71: Superwoman Napheesa Collier Lifts Minnesota in Must-Win Game

The two-time WNBA All-Star made her season debut just 10.5 weeks after giving birth to her daughter Mila.

Storm 89, Lynx 77: Broken by Fast Breaks

Seattle earns a wire-to-wire victory as they overrun Minnesota with a franchise-record 30 fast break points.

Lynx 84, Sparks 77: Clawing to Stay in the Race

A total team effort helps Minnesota pull to just 1.0 game back of the playoffs with just 2 weeks left in the season.