Wolves see big jump in TV ratings

Winning is good for everyone. The Timberwolves started the 2011-12 season with a 21-19 record ... and then Ricky Rubio got hurt. Regardless, the exciting brand of basketball helped FOX Sports North increase TV ratings for Wolves' games by 132 percent. That's tied for the biggest increase in the NBA.
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The Timberwolves started the 2011-12 season with a 21-19 record. Then Ricky Rubio got hurt. Regardless, the exciting brand of basketball helped FOX Sports North increase TV ratings for Wolves' games by 132 percent. That's tied for the biggest increase in the NBA.

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