The Portland Trail Blazers had a five-game overall winning streak and a five-game road winning streak snapped Wednesday night in Minneapolis with a 120-109 loss to the Timberwolves at the Target Center.
The Trail Blazers looked like a team playing their fourth game in five nights, falling behind by as many as 32 before going into the halftime break trailing 69-43.
“Obviously the first half was terrible,” said Trail Blazers head coach Terry Stotts. “Minnesota played terrific. They had everything going in transition. We gave up too much in the first half and dug too deep of a hole. I was pleased with the way we competed in the second half. We came back and made it a game. We cut it to 10 and they made the threes, but the first half was a tough one.”
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