Wolves hunting for a win against the Trail Blazers

The Minnesota Timberwolves (18-19) will wrap up their four-game West Coast road trip when they visit Portland (18-18) Saturday night. The Wolves are looking to snap their latest two-game skid and avoid their 17th straight loss to the Blazers.
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The Minnesota Timberwolves (18-19) will wrap up their four-game West Coast road trip when they visit Portland (18-18) Saturday night. The Wolves are looking to snap their latest two-game skid and avoid their 17th straight loss to the Blazers.

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