Five painful losses from 2020-21

Jan. 13, Memphis 118, Wolves 107: With no Ja Morant, the Grizzlies clobbered the Wolves inside with 80 points in the paint. Memphis had 50 bench points.

Jan. 20, Orlando 97, Wolves 96: The Wolves were ahead by 20 at home at one point before losing on a Cole Anthony three-pointer at the buzzer.

Feb. 6, Oklahoma City 120, Wolves 118: The Wolves gave up 83 first-half points and still nearly won after outscoring the Thunder 32-13 in the third quarter.

Feb. 21, New York 103, Wolves 99: After Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau defeated his former team, the man that replaced him in Minnesota, Ryan Saunders, was fired.

April 13, Brooklyn 127, Wolves 97: A weekday afternoon game at Target Center with no fans — one day after a postponement in the wake of the Daunte Wright shooting.

Five memorable wins from 2020-21

Feb. 14, Wolves 116, Toronto 112: The Wolves haven't won in Toronto since Jan. 21, 2004, but they technically did end a 16-game road losing streak to the Raptors in Tampa, Fla.

March 11, Wolves 135, New Orleans 105: The Wolves rallied from an early 16-point deficit to end a nine-game losing streak and give Chris Finch his first win as an NBA head coach.

March 18, Wolves 123, Phoenix 119: Rookie Anthony Edwards (42) and Karl-Anthony Towns (41) combined for 83 points against one of the Western Conference's top teams.

April 24, Wolves 101, Utah 96: In a rarity of rarities, the Wolves held an opponent under 100 points. The Jazz led 40-26 after the first quarter but scored only 56 points the rest of the way.

April 26, Wolves 105, Utah 104: The Wolves defeated the Jazz again to sweep the season series 3-0. It was their first two-game winning streak since opening the season 2-0.