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Continued: Wolves, Love dig deep to rip Grizzlies

  • Article by: JERRY ZGODA , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 3, 2014 - 6:40 AM

“It’s amazing,” Adelman said of Turiaf’s 11 points and seven rebounds that included a soaring putback dunk. “I don’t know, when we scrimmaged about five days ago I didn’t think there was any way we’d see this, this quick. I guess he has been saving it all this time.”

Etc.

• Love and Rubio are tied for second in team history now with three triple-doubles each. The franchise leader? Kevin Garnett, of course, with 16 regular-season triple-doubles.

• Love was called for a flagrant foul type 1 and Grizzlies forward James Johnson received a technical foul for a fourth-quarter altercation. The Wolves went on a 15-6 run after that.

• Muhammad is 14-for-16 from the field in his past four home games.

• Rubio limped to the locker room late in the third quarter after injuring his ankle in a collision with pal Marc Gasol, but he returned to play 7½ fourth-quarter minutes.

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