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Timberwolves go for 2 in row against Grizzlies Saturday night

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After an impressive win over the Oklahoma City Thunder Friday night, the Timberwolves will stay at home and go for their second consecutive victory as they Memphis Grizzlies at Target Center Saturday night.

The Wolves dropped the Thunder 101-93, backed the impressive play of Nikola Pekovic -- who led the team 22 points and 15 rebounds -- and Ricky Rubio, who chipped in 17 points and 7 assists.

The Wolves enters the game with a 26-45 record and last-place in the Northwest Division in the Western Conference, while the Grizzlies (48-24) come in seven games behind San Antonio in the Southwest division in the Western Conference.

Coach Rick Adelman will improve to 998 career wins with a Wolves victory Saturday night.

Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.

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