The Minnesota Timberwolves are on a tailspin unlike any other this season and are currently trailing the Indiana Pacers by 34 points at the half on Monday night, just a half away from losing their 10th straight game.
With no Kevin Love, Ricky Rubio or Luke Ridnour, the Timberwolves are having troubles generating any kind of offense. Jose Barea leads the way with seven points and five assists, but he's 2-for-8 shooting. The team is shooting 28-percent.
The Pacers on the other hand are getting equal distribution from their entire starting lineup with four in double figures and the fifth with nine points. Danny Granger leads all scorers with 14 points and Roy Hibbert is a rebound away from a double-double.