The Timberwolves have suspended Al Jefferson for two games after his arrest early Sunday on charges of driving while impaired. The Wolves' leading scorer, stopped on Interstate 394 just outside of downtown Minneapolis at 1:09 a.m., will miss Wednesday's game at Dallas and Saturday's home game against Houston, a penalty that will cost him nearly $300,000 in wages.

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