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Happening April 5, it's the last in a series of Prince-themed Wolves games.
Minnesota takes on Michigan State in the Round of 32.
She vanished after failing to board a flight at MSP airport last month.
The Mississippi River is expected to swell to 20 feet.
Separate high-speed chases took place in central Minnesota Thursday and Friday.
Authorities think he may have been clearing ice from a culvert at the time.
Arizona and Colorado are both in action Saturday afternoon.
Minnesota is playing in the title game for the 10th time since 2000.
The body was found Friday around 12:15 p.m.
The suspect remains at large following the March 10 incident.
Sarah Papenheim, 21, was found brutally stabbed to death in December.
Big changes for the Wolves starting lineup as they get set for the preseason opener against Indiana Wednesday night. The starting guards will be J.J. Barea and Brandon Roy. Andrei Kirilenko and Kevin Love are the forwards and Nikola Pekovic will start at center.
Timberwolves training camp begins next week in Mankato and plenty of players are already back in Minnesota preparing. Fox Sports North reports that Ricky Rubio, Andrei Kirilenko, Chase Buddinger, Brandon Roy, Malcolm Lee, Derrick Williams and Nikola Pekovic are already here.
The Timberwolves (9-10) are back at the Target Center Sunday night to host the L.A. Lakers (11-9). Minnesota wants to extend their two-game winning streak and hope to snap a 15-game skid against the Lakers. Ricky Rubio is averaging 11.4 points and 8.8 assists. Kevin Love continues to produce 24.9 points and 13.8 rebounds.
The Wolves (7-8) hope to extend their winning streak to four-games when they visit the Jazz (9-5) Saturday night. Minnesota is just one win below .500 after an exciting last second 101-98 victory over the L.A. Clippers Friday night. Utah lost their last game 94-91 to the Dallas Mavericks.
Minnesota (11-12) will try to defeat the Rockets (13-10) and former coach Kevin McHale again Saturday night in Minneapolis. The back and forth battle began two weeks ago when the Rockets beat the Wolves at the Target Center. Minnesota was victorious in the rematch Monday night in Houston. The Timberwolves are once again one win shy from a .500 record after beating the Nets Friday night.
The Timberwolves will try to avoid their third consecutive loss when they visit the Washington Wizards Sunday. Both teams are desperate for a win. Minnesota is 2-5 and the Wizards are still winless. Wolves forward Kevin Love is averaging 26.1 points and 14.9 rebounds. J.J. Barea is recovering from a strained right hamstring and is still questionable.