In a high scoring affair through 24 minutes, the Minnesota Timberwolves are trailing the Sacramento Kings by seven, 65-58.
The Timberwolves gave the start at center to Brad Miller, who is retiring after this season to focus on his hunting shows. Miller played over five seasons and played some of his best basketball with the Kings and it was like a blast from the past on Monday night in his first start of the season -- he leads the T-Wolves with 11 points and has hit all three of his three-point attempts in 12-plus minutes of action.
The Timberwolves couldn't stop the Kings, though, as they shot 65-percent. Jimmer Fredette leads all scorers with 14 points off the bench.
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