Wolves run out of gas in 97-87 loss to Toronto

The Raptors beat the Timberwolves, 97-87 Monday night in Toronto. Minnesota was outscored 20-7 over the final eight minutes of the game. Kevin Love struggled, shooting 3-16 from the field. It's the Wolves' eighth straight loss in Toronto.
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The Raptors beat the Timberwolves, 97-87 Monday night in Toronto. Minnesota was outscored 20-7 over the final eight minutes of the game. Kevin Love struggled, shooting 3-16 from the field. It's the Wolves' eighth straight loss in Toronto.

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