7 p.m. vs. Atlanta Target Center • FSN, 830-AM

Preview: After losing at home Monday, 101-93, to a Memphis team that had lost 23 of its past 24 games before coming to Target Center, the Wolves will try to rebound against the Atlanta Hawks, the worst team in the NBA East. The Hawks have lost three straight and nine of 10. The Wolves lost in Atlanta on Jan. 29.

Players to watch: Wolves G Jeff Teague had 25 points and seven assists vs. Memphis. F Taj Gibson had 18 points and eight rebounds. Those two went a combined 15-for-25, everyone else 18-for-54. Atlanta G Dennis Schroder is averaging 19.4 points and 6.2 assists. Taurean Waller-Prince (13.7 points) averages almost 5.5 three-point attempts a game.

Numbers: The Wolves are 27-10 overall at home but are 8-6 at home vs. Eastern Conference teams. The Grizzlies hit 15 of 31 three-pointers Monday. Atlanta is 10th in the league in three-pointers made. The Wolves are 2-11 when scoring under 100 points.

Injuries: Wolves G Jimmy Butler (knee) is out. G Derrick Rose (ankle) is questionable. Hawks G Kent Bazemore (knee bone bruise), F DeAndre’ Bembry (abdominal strain), G Antonius Cleveland (ankle surgery), G Malcolm Delaney (ankle sprain), G Jaylen Morris (ankle sprain) and G Schroder (ankle sprain) are out.