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  • Wolves Win Final Game

    Derrick Williams posted 21 points and six rebounds to help the Timberwolves top the Spurs 108-95 in the regular season finale for both teams. Chase Budinger added 15 points off the bench for Minnesota, which …

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    18 Apr 13
  • Twins Rained Out

    Wednesday’s scheduled game between the Los Angeles Angels and Minnesota Twins at Target Field is postponed due to rain. A makeup date has yet to be determined. The Twins start a three-game series with the …

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    18 Apr 13
  • Sports-Results

    Baseball: New Ulm 4-10 Blue Earth 0-1, MLGHEC/Truman 3 Nicollet 2, LCWM 7 Martin Cty West 2,

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    17 Apr 13
  • Wolves Wrap Up Season in San Antonio

    The Timberwolves wrap up the season tonight in San Antonio against the Spurs. Minnesota has lost four of its last five games following Monday’s 96-80 home setback to Utah. The T’wolves are 30-and-51 and will …

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    17 Apr 13
  • Wild Skate Past Oilers

    Kyle Brodziak scored twice to lead the Wild past the Oilers 5-3 in Edmonton. Charlie Coyle, Mikael Granlund and Zach Parise [[ pah-REE-say ]] also lit the lamp for Minnesota, which has won two in-a-row …

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    17 Apr 13
  • Twins Win 2nd Straight

    Joe Mauer continued his recent tear going 4-for-5 with three RBI to help the Twins defeat the Angels, 8-6, at Target Field. Mike Pelfrey improved to 2-and-1, allowing four runs and seven hits across five …

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    17 Apr 13
  • Lynx Draft Moore

    The Minnesota Lynx selected Nebraska point guard Lindsey Moore with the 12th overall pick in last night’s WNBA Draft. The Lynx drafted guards Sugar Rodgers and Chucky Jeffrey in the second round and center Waltiea …

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    16 Apr 13
  • Jazz Rout Wolves

    Al Jefferson posted 22 points and eight rebounds to lead the Jazz to a 96-80 rout of the Timberwolves in their home finale at Target Center. Derrick Williams netted 18 points for Minnesota, which finished …

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    16 Apr 13