Wolves Come Back To Beat Bucks Tuesday
The Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 112-101 Tuesday night at Target Center. Bucks rookie Nate Wolters scored 14 points on 5/6 shooting while adding three assists and three rebounds in 31 minutes.
The Wolves watched the Bucks finish a hot-shooting first quarter with a 33-28 lead. Minnesota trailed by five points in the locker room at halftime but outscored the Bucks 57-40 in the second half.
Kevin Love led the Wolves with 27 points on 10/22 shooting while pulling down ten rebounds and dishing out six assists with no turnovers. JJ Barea scored 19 points on 7/10 shooting off the bench for the Wolves in the win.
Minnesota is now 32-31 and remains five games behind Dallas for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. The Wolves are at Charlotte on Friday.