Timberwolves collapse in fourth, fall to Thunder

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(Minneapolis, MN) -- The Timberwolves fell apart in the fourth quarter of their 102-97 loss against the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Target Center on Saturday.

Minnesota led by as many as 12 points in the third before getting outscored 28-14 in the final frame. Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns both had 19 points in the losing effort. Minnesota remains in first place in the Western Conference at 30-12.

The Wolves host the Hornets on Monday night.