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The Timberwolves raced past the Dallas Mavericks in the second half of a 121-87 victory at Target Center. The Wolves led by just four at halftime before outscoring the Mavs 69-39 the rest of the way. Karl-Anthony Towns poured in 29 points in the victory, while Rudy Gobert finished with 17. Minnesota has won four of five. The T-Wolves are in first place in the Western Conference at 34-and-14. They host Orlando tomorrow night.
The NBA is handing down another punishment that has to do with officiating. Timberwolves guard Anthony Edwards has been fined 40-thousand dollars by the league after comments he made about officiating following Monday's win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Edwards called the game's referees "terrible" after he was upset with what he thought were several no-calls throughout the contest. The league said that Edwards was fined for repeatedly criticizing the officiating.
The Minnesota Lynx made a pair of big moves yesterday. The team signed former Chicago Sky guard Courtney Williams to a two-year deal. Williams averaged 10-and-a-half points, six rebounds, and over six assists per game with Chicago last season. Additionally, the traded guard Tiffany Mitchell to the Connecticut Sun in exchange for Natisha Hiedeman. Hiedeman averaged eight-and-a-half points per game with Connecticut last year.
The Wild players are enjoying their All-Star break. Minnesota finished the first half of the season in seventh place in the Central Division with 47 points and a 21-23-and-5 record. The Wild's next game is on February 7th against the Blackhawks.
The Packers have found their next defensive coordinator. ESPN reports Jeff Hafley is expected to become the new DC in Green Bay. The Boston College head coach went 22-and-26 in four seasons with the Eagles. He brought the school to bowl eligibility in three of those seasons, culminating in a win over Number-22 SMU in the Fenway Bowl this year.
The Bucks fell to the Trail Blazers 119-116 in Portland. Giannis Antetokounmpo put Milwaukee up by one with an alley-oop dunk with 37 seconds left. However, Portland answered on the other end with a go-ahead bucket and finished the game with free throws. Giannis led all scorers with 27 points as Doc Rivers lost his second straight game as head coach. Milwaukee visits the Mavericks on Saturday night >>College Basketball Roundup
College basketball is back tonight. Number-6 Wisconsin is 16-and-4 and visits Nebraska, while the Milwaukee Panthers are 10-and-11 take on Fort Wayne on the road. Elsewhere, Number-10 Marquette is 16-and-5 and visits Georgetown on Saturday afternoon.