Wolves rally for 107-96 road win in Brooklyn

No Kevin Love. No Ricky Rubio. No problem. The Wolves outscored the Nets 32-10 in the fourth quarter to win in Brooklyn 107-96 Monday night. The 22 point comeback goes down as the third largest come-from-behind win in franchise history.
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No Kevin Love. No Ricky Rubio. No problem. The Wolves outscored the Nets 32-10 in the fourth quarter to win in Brooklyn 107-96 Monday night.

The comeback goes down as the third largest come-from-behind win in Wolves' history. Minnesota outscored the Nets 58-25 over the final 18 minutes.

It was the first home game for any professional sport to be played in Brooklyn in 55 years.

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