Wolves 86, Hornets 79The Star Tribune points out that tonight's win in Oklahoma City was
1) the first home loss of the season for the Hornets
2) the second road win of the season for the Wolves
3) only the third road win since the All-Star break for the Wolves
The Hornets...scored the first seven points of the fourth quarter to erase a 66-60 deficit, but the Timberwolves responded with their big run to take control for good.
The Hornets, coming off a poor shooting night in a loss at Phoenix on Wednesday, continued their struggles against the Timberwolves, hitting just 37.8 percent from the floor in the first half. Yet they managed to stay close, in part because Garnett wasn't much of a factor early - he took only five shots and scored seven points.