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Reaction from Wolves after historic collapse Monday vs. Kings

Updated: January 28, 2020 03:42 PM

After leading the Kings by 27 points in the second half, 22 with under 6 minutes left, and 17 with under 3 minutes to go, the Wolves lost on Monday night.

According to ESPN Stats and Information: 

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The Kings trailed the Timberwolves by 17 points with 2:49 left in the 4th quarter. 

Since 1996-97, the first year of play-by-play data, NBA teams entered the day 0-8,378 when trailing by 17 or more in the final 3 minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime.

The Kings won,133-129 in overtime. 

KSTP Sports was at Wolves' practice on Tuesday for reaction.

***Click the video box on this page to hear from coach Ryan Saunders and center Karl-Anthony Towns***

Towns, who didn't talk postgame Monday, appeared frustrated and he was very short with his answers.

Saunders preached this being a process, but that lessons can be learned from the mistakes made in the final minutes and overtime.

Monday's loss was the Wolves' 10 consecutive. Their record is 15-32, second worst in the West.

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