Wolves vs. Thunder: Beasley out with sprained toe

It’s the Wolves and the Thunder tonight in Oklahoma City as Minnesota ends its two-week, seven-game road trip. They’ll be without forward Michael Beasley, who is out with a sprained toe. No Nikola Pekovic, either. He’s rehabbing his hurting ankles.
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It’s the Wolves and the Thunder tonight in Oklahoma City as Minnesota ends its two-week, seven-game road trip. They’ll be without forward Michael Beasley, who is out with a sprained toe. No Nikola Pekovic, either. He’s rehabbing his hurting ankles.

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