Key Dates In Wolves History | November

Key Dates In Wolves History | November





Editor's Note: As part of the Timberwolves' 25th season celebration, Timberwolves.com will highlight key moments and people throughout the season that tell the story of our team's history. Check out these memorable dates from the month of November over the past 25 years.

Nov. 2: First Regular Season Game At Target Center—Nov. 2, 1990 vs. Dallas

Nov. 3: First Regular Season Game in Team History—Nov. 3, 1989 at Seattle

Nov. 6: Kevin Garnett’s double-double streak increased to 37 games, the longest such streak in 23 years (Moses Malone - 44)—KG’s team record has since been broken by Kevin Love, who had a string of 53 straight double-doubles (most in the NBA since Elvin Hayes’ 55-game streak during the 1973-74 season)

Nov. 8: First Regular Season Home Game in Franchise History—Nov. 8, 1989 vs. CHI

Nov. 10: First Win in Team History—Nov. 10, 1989; 125-118 over Philadelphia

Nov. 12: Kevin Love’s 31point/31rebound game vs. New York on Nov. 12, 2010—1st player since 1981-82 (Moses Malone) with 30/30 game

Nov. 27: Kevin Love recorded his fourth 20/20 game in November on Nov. 27, 2010; 1st player to have four 20/20 games in a month since Kevin Willis in 1991-92

Nov. 29: Fst road victory in franchise history – Nov. 29, 1989, 105-100 at Miami


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