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Thunder at Timberwolves lineups, tip-off time and TV info

THUNDER AT TIMBERWOLVES

When: 2:30 p.m., Sunday

Where: Target Center, Minneapolis

TV: ABC (KOCO;;Cox 8 / HD 705, Dish 5, DirecTV 5, U-verse 5 / 1005)

Radio: WWLS-AM 640 / 98.1 FM

Three things to know

• The Timberwolves are one of two Western Conference teams the Thunder has yet to beat this season. The other is Denver, which swept OKC 4-0.

• Saturday night, Minnesota listed four players, including Jeff Teague (left foot inflammation) and Derrick Rose (right elbow surgery) as out for Saturday’s game. Both are expected to miss the remainder of the season. Taj Gibson (left calf strain) was listed as doubtful.

• The Thunder (29.8 percent) and Timberwolves (29.7 percent) rank Nos. 3 and 4 in offensive rebound percentage. OKC’s Steven Adams (5.3) and Minnesota’s Karl-Anthony Towns (3.4) are two of the top 10 offensive rebounders in the NBA.

PROJECTED STARTERS

Thunder (46-33)

Player;;Ht.;;Pts.;;Reb.;;Ast.

G;;Russell Westbrook;;6-3;;22.9;;11.1;;10.6

G;;Terrance Ferguson;;6-7;;6.7;;1.8;;0.9

F;;Paul George;;6-9;;28.1;;8.2;;4.1

F;;Jerami Grant;;6-9;;13.5;;5.2;;1.0

C;;Steven Adams;;7-0;;14.1;;9.6;;1.6

Timberwolves (36-43)

Player;;Ht.;;Pts.;;Reb.;;Ast.

G;;Tyus Jones;;6-2;;6.8;;2.0;;4.6

G;;Josh Okigie;;6-4;;7.9;;3.0;;1.2

F;;Andrew Wiggins;;6-8;;17.9;;4.8;;2.5

F;;Dario Saric;;6-10;;10.4;;5.6;;1.6

C;;Karl-Anthony Towns;;7-0;;24.3;;12.5;;3.4

Maddie Lee, Staff writer

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Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook (0) passes the ball as Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns (32) defends during the NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Minnesota Timberwolves at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook (0) passes the ball as Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns (32) defends during the NBA game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Minnesota Timberwolves at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

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Maddie Lee

Maddie Lee followed an NBA team from Seattle to Oklahoma City, she just took a 10-year detour in between. Lee joined the Oklahoman in October 2018 as a Thunder beat writer, fresh off a stint in Oxford, Miss., where she covered Ole Miss for the... Read more ›

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