The Milwaukee Bucks put together nearly three-quarters of solid basketball, but it was their finish that saw them fall to the Minnesota Timberwolves 112-101 at the Target Center.
The Bucks (13-51) led 61-55 at the half and trailed just 86-84 after three-quarters before Minnesota opened the fourth quarter on a 19-4 run to break things open.
The Bucks made their first 12 shots to start the game and built an early lead. They maintained the lead and a high shooting percentage into the late stages of the 3rd quarter. But they were careless with the basketball. Fifteen turnovers led to 30 Minnesota points.
Kevin Love scored 27 points and Kevin Martin added 26.
Brandon Knight scored 21 to lead the Bucks.