8:30 p.m. vs. San Antonio • Target Center • FSN/ESPN, 830-AM

Preview: The 53-16 Spurs’ 118-102 home victory over Sacramento ended a two-game skid that included losses at Memphis and to Portland at home. That’s only their third losing “streak” this season and their first since late January. They haven’t lost more than two consecutive this season and have won nine games consecutively twice. … The Spurs go for the four-game sweep against the Wolves after they won 105-91 at Target Center in December, 122-114 in January and 97-90 in overtime earlier this month, both in San Antonio. They’ve won the past 10 games between the teams. … Note the late start for ESPN; Doug Collins and Dave Pasch will call the game.

Players to watch: The Wolves announced veteran forward Omri Casspi’s signing Monday. The contract is for the remaining 13 games. He will wear uniform No. 18. … Western Conference All-Star starter Kawhi Leonard’s 12 points Sunday were his 96th consecutive game in which he has scored in double figures. It’s the longest since David Robinson’s 157-game streak ended in 1996. He’s the sixth-fastest Spur to reach 6,000 career points. He did it in 378 games. The others: George Gervin (227), Robinson (246), Tim Duncan (275), Larry Kenon (278) and Alvin Robertson (375).

Injuries: Wolves G Zach LaVine (knee surgery) and F Nemanja Bjelica (foot) are out for the season. Spurs G Dejounte Murray (groin) is out.

Jerry Zgoda