Pacers send Wolves to 10th consecutive loss, 111-88

Make it 10 straight losses for the Timberwolves, who were pounded by the Pacers, 111-88 in Indianapolis Monday night. Minnesota trailed by 19 after the first quarter and never came close to making the game competitive.
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Make it 10 straight losses for the Timberwolves, who were pounded by the Pacers, 111-88 in Indianapolis Monday night. Minnesota trailed by 19 after the first quarter and never came close to making the game competitive.

Kevin Love didn’t make the trip to Indianapolis and missed his third straight game because of a concussion and neck strain. Anthony Randolph started in his place.

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