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Timberwolves Vs. Thunder: Three-Pointers Keeping Minnesota In The Mix, Trailing 63-61 At Halftime

The Minnesota Timberwolves have battled the Oklahoma City Thunder far better than they anyone thought they would, or even had any business doing in the wake of the team's injuries. They trail the Thunder by just two points, 63-61, at halftime.

Kevin Love is leading the Timberwolves with 21 points, and is one of three players on the team with four rebounds. Love has nailed five of his six three-point attempts. Derrick Williams has 11 points. Eight turnovers has been the only thing to quibble with in Minnesota's effort.

James Harden leads the Thunder with 17 points. Russell Westbrook has 13 points, and Kevin Durant has 10 points and five rebounds.

Minnesota is closing out a seven-game road trip. They have a 2-4 record in the first six games of their current swing.

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