Timberwolves lose to Hawks 111-105
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The Minnesota Timberwolves lost to the Atlanta Hawks for the second time this season in a 111-105 loss at Philips Arena.
The Wolves continued to show the competitive road form exhibited at the end of last weeks road trip after starting the season 0-4 away from Target Center with an average loss margin of 30 points.
A three pointer by Corey Brewer in the fourth quarter made it a four point game but the Wolves, and their 21 turnovers, ran out of time.
Kevin Love followed up his 31 point 31 rebound performance with 22 point and 17 rebounds.
Michael Beasley continued his string of strong performances with 25 points four rebounds and three assists.
Sebastian Telfair started his fourth consecutive game at point guard and continued to make a strong case for himself to get more playing time even when Jonny Flynn and Luke Ridnour return, scoring 18 points and having eight assists.
From here, the Wolves now go to Memphis Monday before coming home to host the Clippers on Wednesday and the world champion Lakers Friday.