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Wolves going for winning record in Denver

Minnesota (16-16) is going for their first four-game winning streak in two-years Monday night in the Rockies. The Wolves have lost their last six NBA contests against the Nuggets (17-15).
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Minnesota (16-16) is going for their first four-game winning streak in two-years Monday night in the Rockies. The Wolves have lost their last six NBA contests against the Nuggets (17-15).

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