Wolves to battle Nuggets for playoff position

Minnesota (23-26) will host Denver Sunday afternoon after falling to the Oklahoma City Thunder in double-overtime Friday night. The Wolves trail the Nuggets (26-22) by 3.5 games after going 3-7 in their last ten match-ups.
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Minnesota (23-26) will host Denver Sunday afternoon after falling to the Oklahoma City Thunder in double-overtime Friday night. The Wolves trail the Nuggets (26-22) by 3.5 games after going 3-7 in their last ten match-ups.

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