Timberwolves Vs. Pacers: Minnesota Try To Reach .500 Against Indiana

The Timberwolves try to hit .500 as they face the Indiana Pacers at Target Center.

The Minnesota Timberwolves have spent the entire season trying to hit and eclipse .500 but seem to fall short at the moments it matters most. At 10-11, they'll have another chance to get a game from a winning record Wednesday night as they take on the Indiana Pacers at home.

Minnesota have been a great team at home and have won seven of their last ten at the Target Center. Combined with a losing record by the Pacers as of late when they travel to Minnesota, Kevin Love's Wolves team would seem to have the advantage. They are coming off a big win against the Houston Rockets as well. The Pacers are no slouches though, at 14-6 they've beat teams like the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers on the road to prove their mettle.

Games between these two opponents have traditionally been high scoring affairs so if nothing else it's going to be a very entertaining game of basketball.

The game will be at the Target Center at 8 PM EST.

For more on the Wolves, check out Canis Hoopus. More on the Pacers can be found at Indy Cornrows.

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