Timberwolves Jimmy Butler and Jamal Crawford will not play tonight in Los Angeles against the Clippers.
The two veterans both missed Saturday's home victory over Toronto and will miss their second consecutive game, coach Tom Thibodeau said before the team's morning shoot at UCLA.
Butler is out because of a sore right knee, Crawford has a big toe sprain.
Thibodeau said the two remain out "day-to-day."
"When they're better, they'll go," Thibodeau said.
Without them, the Wolves won their 10th consecutive home game with young stars Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns leading the way.
Without them, Thibodeau started Nemanja Bjelica at small forward to counter the Raptors' big lineup. We'll see what if he changes that tonight against a Clippers team that recently won eight of 10 games.
Also at shoot this morning, Philadelphia Eagles' fan Towns responded to the Twitter backlash that he received after he celebrated his team's victory Sunday night with a tweet.
He said he would have won either way because he's friends with Kyle Rudolph and other Vikings' players, but was happy enough that the team he has supported since boyhood won.
"I don't care," he said of Twitter responses that said he should be traded or booed. "Just understand: February 4th, 6:30 Eastern, make sure you catch us. We'll be on TV. See us then."
He said he won't miss attending the Super Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium.