The Wolves tonight get another shot at a San Antonio team that beat them by 25 points last week at Target Center.

This time, the venue is AT&T Center, where the Spurs are 17-0 this season.

The Spurs will play without star center Tim Duncan, who is out with a sore knee. David West is taking his place.

If they make it 18-0, they will be third Western Conference team to start 18-0 on the road, joining the 1988-78 Portland Trail Blazers and 1985-86 Houston Rockets.

Golden State isn't far behind: They're 14-0 at home.

The last time these teams played, Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard helped hold Andrew Wiggins to 10 points on 2-for-11 shooting.

Of those 11 shots, five of them got blocked.

And Wolves interim head coach Sam Mitchell said he's fine with that.

"Right now, we're trying to get Andrew to be aggressive and keep taking the ball to the basket," Mitchell said. "So if gets five shots blocked tonight, I'd be OK with that. I just want him to keep going because eventually we're trying to develop a certain mentality with him and we want him taking the ball to the basket.  He's the best guy on our team at that and we think one day he'll be really, really good at it."