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Preview: Wolves at Rockets | NBA.com

The Minnesota Timberwolves (24-24) are back on the road as they head to Texas to face the Houston Rockets (10-36) on Monday night at the Toyota Center.

Minnesota is on a two-game winning streak after defeating the Houston Rockets on Saturday night, 113-104. Anthony Edwards scored a season-high 44 points in the game, D’Angelo Russell added 23 points, and Nathan Knight was the spark off the bench that scored a season-high 19 points.

Houston had six players score in double-digits on Saturday night, with Alperen Sengun putting up a team-high 19 points with 16 rebounds. Saturday’s loss against Minnesota was Houston’s thirteenth straight loss.

Monday’s matchup between the Timberwolves and the Rockets will be their final time meeting this regular season. Minnesota currently leads the series 3-0.

  • What: Wolves at Rockets
  • When: 7:00pm CT, January 23
  • Where: Toyota Center
  • Watch: Bally Sports North
  • Listen: 830 WCCO

Current Status Report:

  • Wolves: Bryn Forbes (Illness), Rudy Gobert (Right Groin; Soreness), and Taurean Prince (Left Ankle; Sprain) are QUESTIONABLE. Jordan McLaughlin (Left Calf; Strain), Josh Minott (G League – On Assignment), Wendell Moore Jr. (G League – On Assignment), and Karl-Anthony Towns (Right Calf; Strain) are OUT.
  • Rockets: Jabari Smith Jr. (Right Ankle; Sprain) is QUESTIONABLE. Darius Days (G League – Two-Way), Trevor Hudgins (G League – Two-Way), and Kevin Porter Jr. (Left Foot; Soreness) are OUT.

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