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Tonight, Toronto Raptors (26-14) at Minnesota Timberwolves (15-25), 8 p.m.,
Target Center, TV: SNET; RADIO: AM1050
The T-Wolves had lost three in a row before the second half of the home-and-home with Indiana on Friday night. They have also traded away their starting point guard in Jeff Teague bringing along with Treveon Graham in exchange for shooting guard Allen Crabbe. The Wolves may not be done dealing as there have been reports of interest in Golden State’s D’Angelo Russell who is apparently there for the taking. There’s a good chance the Wolves also return franchise player Karl-Anthony Towns to the court either Friday night in Indy or Saturday against the Raptors. Towns has missed 15 games with a left knee sprain but did travel to Indy Friday night. Without Towns the Wolves have recorded just five wins in their past 15 games.
OG Anunoby vs. Andrew Wiggins
Wiggins has become the focal point of Minny’s offence in Towns’ absence and leads the team averaging 22.8 points a night. Anunoby is coming off one of his best overall performances of the season in Oklahoma City where he had 21 points and was all over the Thunder defensively.
DID YOU KNOW?
Crabbe was not with the team in Indianapolis but could make his Timberwolves debut Saturday against the Raptors … The Wolves have been all over the map this year and haven’t started the same lineup more than six times all year … Wiggins has been held under 11 points in the past three games, less than half his season average, but for his career he’s scored more against Toronto on average than any opponent, save the Cleveland Cavaliers that traded him away … Minny has only won three times in Toronto in 24 games, but own a 12-10 record on their home court when Toronto visits.
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