(Minneapolis, MN) — The Timberwolves’ losing streak is now 13 after a 127-120 loss to the Hawks at the Target Center. Andrew Wiggins netted 25 points, Josh Okogie had 23 and Karl Anthony Towns posted 21 for Minnesota, which fell to 15-and-35 on the season. The Wolves host the Clippers on Saturday.
(St. Paul, MN) — The Wild wrap up their seven-game homestand tonight against the Vancouver Canucks. The team will then visit Dallas on Friday before returning home for four more games at The X. The Wild are 4-and-2 on the current stand after Tuesday’s 3-2 overtime victory over Chicago, but remain last in the Central Division with 54 points.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins and Tigers will meet in an exhibition game in the Dominican Republic. The teams will play March 7th at the Estadio Quisqueya Juan Marichal in Santo Domingo. It will be the first MLB game in the DR since 2000. The Twins will be considered the visitor.
(Minneapolis, MN) — Payton Willis dropped in 21 points as the Golden Gophers blasted the Badgers 70-52 at Williams Arena. Daniel Oturu had 17 points and 14 rebounds for Minnesota, which snapped a two-game skid and improved to 12-and-10 on the season and 6-and-6 in Big Ten play. The Gophers visit 20th-ranked Penn State on Saturday.
(Undated) — North Dakota State extended its winning streak to four in-a-row with an 86-78 victory at Omaha. The Bison moved to 17-and-7 on the season and 8-and-2 in Summit League action. NDSU looks to keep rolling Saturday hosting Oral Roberts. Meanwhile, North Dakota hosts Oral Roberts tonight. UND is 10-and-13 and 4-and-5.
(Undated) — College football’s National Signing Day is in the books. Players officially signed their national letters of intent around the country yesterday. Minnesota’s class ranks 36th in the nation by 247 Sports. The Gophers landed 24 total commitments, including a pair of four-star athletes.
(Undated) — Pete Rose has once again asked Major League Baseball to end his lifetime suspension, citing the Astros’ recent sign stealing-scandal and the bans for steroids use as examples of his penalty being unfair.