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Wolves entering important stretch

At the end of the season the Timberwolves might be able to look back at the next four games to see whether or not they made the playoffs. Winning three of the next four will give the Wolves a 17-16 record heading into the All-Star break.
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At the end of the season the Timberwolves might be able to look back at the next four games to see whether or not they made the playoffs. Winning three of the next four will give the Wolves a 17-16 record heading into the All-Star break.

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