Wolves end 3-game gauntlet in Phoenix

After splitting a pair of games in L.A.’s Staples Center, the Wolves are in Phoenix tonight to take on the Suns. Kevin Love, who sat out last night’s loss against the Lakers with flu-like symptoms, should be in the lineup.
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After splitting a pair of games in L.A.’s Staples Center, the Wolves are in Phoenix tonight to take on the Suns. Kevin Love, who sat out last night’s loss against the Lakers with flu-like symptoms, should be in the lineup.

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