By Kyle Ratke

Despite slow and unenthusiastic start against the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night at the Target Center, the Minnesota Timberwolves were able to come away with a 112-101 win over their border rivals. That was due mostly to a big third quarter from Kevin Martin and Kevin Love.

In the bigger picture of things, the win marked Minnesota’s 32nd win of the season, the team’s most in a season since the 2006-07 season when the team also won 32 games. The year before, Minnesota won 33 games under Dwane Casey. That’s the next benchmark in sight as the Wolves prepare to face Charlotte on Friday.

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