Wolves 99, Knicks 94From Rick Alonzo/Pioneer Press:
Randy Foye made five three-pointers and scored 19 points to lead the Wolves, who dominated the first half and hung on to beat the Knicks, escaping with a 99-94 victory, their second consecutive road win against an Eastern Conference team fighting for playoff position. The Wolves defeated Orlando 105-104 in overtime Sunday.
Team record: 32-43
Steve Aschburner/Star Tribune recap
"I mean it's the microcosm of our season,'' coach Randy Wittman said. "I thought the first half was as good a half offensively that we've played all year, bar none, not even close. And then we come out 18 up and we reverted, one pass, shot, which has been our thing. All of a sudden 18 is down.''