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Reuters Oklahoma City point guard Reggie Jackson, right, dribbles against Minnesota point guard Ricky Rubio in the first quarter Friday at Target Center in Minneapolis.

Timberwolves quiet Thunder

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MINNEAPOLIS — In Wednesday’s opener, the Minnesota Timberwolves built a 17-point lead but still needed overtime to win. That wasn’t a problem on Friday night.

Playing team defense and getting scoring up and down the lineup, the Timberwolves beat up Oklahoma City 100-81 at Target Center, starting their season 2-0 for just the fourth time in franchise history.

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