Preview: The Spurs are 3-1 after beating Utah 104-99 at home on Saturday night. Their only loss was at Houston. ... The Spurs have beaten the Wolves 16 consecutive times. They last lost to them 103-101 in overtime on Jan. 3, 2007, nearly five years ago. That was, of course, when Kevin Garnett still played in Minnesota. ... The Wolves' victory Sunday leaves Washington (0-4) as the NBA's only winless team.
Players to watch: Spurs guard Tony Parker holds the Target Center scoring record for his 55-point game in a double-overtime victory on Nov. 5, 2008. ... Spurs forward Tim Duncan is one of only nine players to rank among the top 30 on the NBA's all-time list for scoring, rebounding and blocks.
Numbers: The Spurs' Gregg Popovich became the 14th coach in NBA history to win 800 games on Saturday. ... The Spurs have a .699 winning percentage since they drafted Duncan in 1997. That's the best percentage of any franchise in the four major sports in that time.
Injuries: Wolves G Malcolm Lee (knee surgery), G Martell Webster (microdiscectomy) and C Brad Miller (microfracture knee surgery) are out. Spurs G Gary Neal has not played this season because of an appendectomy.