Wolves win big in Detroit

  • Article by: Kent Youngblood , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 27, 2013 - 6:35 AM

A barrage of 14 three-pointers and a pesky defense contributed to the 105-82 rout, giving the Wolves back-to-back 20-point road victories for the first time in franchise history.

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ljb6599Mar. 26, 13 8:57 PM

Another win against a non playoff team as predicted.....next up Lakers.Let us see how good our mighty Wolves really are.

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snoozecruiseMar. 26, 1310:43 PM

I looked carefully at how Stiemsma's name is spelled, so I think I got it right this time. Regarding the big guy, I wonder if he and Pek could periodically play some high-low post a la Robinson and Duncan. If not this year, perhaps next. As for the Lakers, I have a feeling that we are going to win that game.

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bhdanielsMar. 26, 1311:23 PM

Nice win! Love this team's energy and effort, and can't argue with tonight's results! Glad to hear that Coach is having Love and Roy travel with the team. Wolves United!

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gofurnuttMar. 27, 1312:08 AM

Why Rrrr The Wolves winning meaningless games, Now....Phone In the rest of the season like you did the 1st. 2/3 of the season....You Need High draft picks... Don't do what the Vikings did in 2011 and win a worthless game in Washington, Tearout AP's Knee and Lose The Shot at RG III...........

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oxboardMar. 27, 13 5:57 AM

hmmmm.....head scratch....

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irelandguyMar. 27, 13 7:48 AM

WOW! A totally irrelevant team wins by 20 points. Stop the presses!

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timandtiaMar. 27, 13 7:53 AM

An up and down team. Somehow I wish they could play like this all of the time. Glad they won, but goodness gracious, can't they win more games? Keep pouring it on Wolves, we need something to cheer about now..

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hitch22Mar. 27, 13 7:56 AM

There is no such thing as a big win for a team that is out of the playoff picture.

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ljb6599Mar. 27, 13 8:56 AM

timandtia...You need to consider the competition.The Pistons are not a very good team. The Wolves struggle to play well against playoff caliber teams.The Wolves once again face a very average Laker's whom they should be able to beat but they are 0-2 thus far.

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ronpaulMar. 27, 13 9:00 AM

Wow, the Wolves put on a shooting clinic! Looked like the Gators did pounding the Gophers the other night. Didn't matter what Tubby and the Gophers did if Florida couldn't miss! Same with the Wolves!

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