Chart: Wolves' streak-bustin' victory

  • Updated: November 10, 2013 - 11:52 PM

About that win

• First over the Lakers since March 6, 2007 (117-107 in double overtime at Target Center), ending an 0-22 stretch. That’s the second-longest winning streak by the Lakers against one team in team history. It had been the longest active streak in the NBA.

• First over the Lakers in Los Angeles since Dec. 2, 2005 (113-108), ending an 0-13 stretch.

• Largest margin of victory (21 points) over the Lakers in team history. It had been 18.

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NY Mets 2 FINAL
Washington 0
Pittsburgh 7 FINAL
Detroit 3
Miami 3 FINAL
St. Louis 2
Boston - WP: K. Couch 11 FINAL
Tampa Bay - LP: C. Reavis 8
NY Yankees - LP: M. Tanaka 1 FINAL
Minnesota - WP: T. Milone 3
Tampa Bay 4 FINAL
Baltimore 3
Philadelphia 6 FINAL
Toronto 10
Chicago Cubs 15 FINAL
Texas 10
Cincinnati - WP: M. Lorenzen 10 FINAL
Milwaukee - LP: M. Fiers 4
Colorado 3 FINAL
San Francisco 4
Chicago WSox 2 FINAL
Los Angeles 1
Seattle 6 FINAL
Cleveland 8
Oakland - WP: J. Fuller 13 FINAL
LA Angels - LP: B. Loconsole 10
Texas 7 FINAL
Arizona 8
Houston 8 Top 9th Inning
Atlanta 5
Kansas City 9:05 PM
San Diego
Atlanta 80 4th Qtr 8:04
Detroit 87
Indiana 76 3rd Qtr 1:59
Brooklyn 78
San Antonio 47 3rd Qtr
Miami 42
Golden State 9:30 PM
LA Clippers
New Jersey 1 3rd Prd 3:18
Columbus 2
Carolina 2 3rd Prd 7:23
Washington 4
Florida 2 3rd Prd 5:02
Boston 2
Ottawa 0 3rd Prd
Detroit 1
Tampa Bay 1 3rd Prd
Toronto 2
NY Rangers 2 2nd Prd 9:48
Winnipeg 2
Vancouver 2 2nd Prd 12:26
Nashville 2
UT Martin 66 FINAL
Evansville 79
Miami-Florida 60 FINAL
Temple 57
NJIT 6 1st Half 14:28
Northern Ariz 11
Stanford 8:00 PM
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