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The Minnesota Timberwolves (14-14) look to break their four-game losing streak on the road tonight against the Nuggets in Denver.

Last night, the Wolves were blown out by Utah, losing 106-84 in one of their worst games of the season.

Minnesota shot a season-low 34.5 percent from the floor, with Kevin Love and Alexey Shved the high scorers with 13 points each.

In the fourth quarter, Rick Adelman waved the white flag and benched his starting five the rest of the way.

A look at the numbers, and it doesn't get much easier for the Wolves tonight. Denver (18-15) is 10-1 at home, winning their last eight straight at Pepsi Center.

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