Timberwolves will open at home for the 13th consecutive season
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The Minnesota Timberwolves will open the 2013-14 season by playing four of their first six games at Target Center, including the Oct. 30th season-opener at 7 p.m. against the Orlando Magic. This will mark the 13th consecutive season the Wolves have opened at home.
The NBA, which released its schedule on Tuesday, has the Wolves playing host to Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Nov. 1 during that initial homestand.
The Wolves also will have two four-game homestands with the first coming in February and the second in March.
Notable home games for the Wolves include the Brooklyn Nets and Kevin Garnett on Nov. 22; the defending NBA champion Miami Heat on Dec. 7; the Houston Rockets and newcomer Dwight Howard on Feb. 10; and the New York Knicks on March 5. The Los Angeles Lakers will visit Target Center on Feb. 4 and March 28 and Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers will be in Minneapolis on Nov. 20 and March 31.
The Wolves will play 13 nationally televised games this season.