Wolves Fall to Warriors, 116-107Nelson never had to bite on Wednesday, as the Warriors blitzed Minnesota's defense for 99 points in the first three quarters, built a 27-point lead, then held on as the Wolves scratched their way back, once cutting the lead to four points. All five Minnesota starters scored 16 or more points, led by Kevin Love's 17 points and 18 rebounds, but the Wolves lost for the 25th time in 27 games.Picture above is unrelatedWolves Secure Charlotte Pick in 2010 DraftFrom the same link above:

Charlotte' victory in New Orleans on Wednesday clinched a playoff berth for the Bobcats, and officially conveyed their first-round pick in June's draft to the Wolves. Minnesota acquired the pick, which was lottery-protected, from Denver last June in exchange for point guard Ty...

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