Wolves' road trip makes tough stop in Texas

The Timberwolves can end another streak in Texas tonight. They've lost 14 straight games to the Spurs in San Antonio. Although Minnesota has won the first two meetings this year at Target Center, the Spurs have Manu Ginobili back in the lineup and the Wolves are without Ricky Rubio.
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The Timberwolves can end another streak in Texas tonight. They've lost 14 straight games to the Spurs in San Antonio. Although Minnesota has won the first two meetings this year at Target Center, the Spurs have Manu Ginobili back in the lineup and the Wolves are without Ricky Rubio.

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