Minnesota led New York by two at the break Monday in Minneapolis.
Then came the third frame, when the Timberwolves dominated in the way the home crowd has become accustomed to seeing them do to opponents this season.
Minnesota outscored the Knicks 35-19 in the frame, holding New York to just 6-for-23 shooting, to key its 117-100 victory to move to 6-0 at Target Center this fall.
Minnesota has been one of the NBA’s better teams across the board this season. But, at home specifically, the Wolves appear to be an unstoppable force. Not only do they have impressive home victories over the likes of Boston and Denver, but they’ve also decimated a number of opponents on the Target Center floor.
“Our fans have been great. So being able to play well in front of them, I think that builds a ton of momentum for us,” Wolves forward Kyle Anderson said Monday morning. “And I think the weather might play a little factor, too. Guys a...