Trend continues for the TimberwolvesMinnesota Sports-- The Timmberwolves were unable to recover from a slow start as they fell 107-101 last night to Golden State at Target Center.
MINNEAPOLIS - It happened again. The Timberwolves fell behind early, managed to get back into the game, then came up short in last night's 107-101 loss to Golden State at Target Center.
The Warriors led by double digits for much of the first half, and were able to survive a late surge by the Wolves that closed the gap to five points with less than a minute remaining.
The Wolves could get no closer and Golden State was able to snap an eight-game road losing streak for their tenth win of the season. Al
Jefferson led the Wolves with 26 points and 14 rebounds, while Jonny Flynn had one of his worst nights with one field goal in ten tries for six points. The Wolves received a scare when Kevin Love fell to the floor and hurt his left knee, but he was able to get back into the game.
The Wolves are 7-29, and host Indiana tomorrow night.