Minneapolis, MN (Learfield)  --  When a 20-to-three run put the Detroit Pistons up 89-68, the home fans let the Minnesota Timberwolves know what they were thinking.  The boos rained down as the Wolves struggled to their third straight loss and seventh in eight games, 117-90.  

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Detroit's Andre Drummond scored 22 points and took down 22 rebounds.  Andrew Wiggins scored 16 to lead five Wolves who were in double figures.  Minnesota trailed by just four points with three minutes left in the third period, then it all fell apart.  

Golden State comes to town for a 6:00 p-m game tomorrow (Sunday).