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Warriors hand Wolves their fifth-straight loss

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Nikola Pekovic notched 17 points for the Timberwolves Saturday night, but it wasn't enough to avoid a fifth straight loss. The Golden State Warriors beat Minnesota 96-85 in California, the Associated Press reports.

Kevin Love had another double-double with 15 points and 15 rebounds in his third game since returning from his broken shooting hand.

Ricky Rubio heads to Colorado on Monday for a visit that could clear him to practice with the team later this week, the Star Tribune reports.

The Timberwolves face the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday.

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