"Maybe the Phoenix Suns were a little tired after scoring all those points on this road trip.
Maybe on the second game of a back-to-back, and the finale of a five-game trip, the NBA's offensive juggernaut took the league's worst team a little too lightly.
Or maybe the frigid Minnesota winter chilled Steve Nash and the red-hot Suns on a day when temperatures dipped well below zero.
Whatever the reason, the success-starved Timberwolves will take any win they can get, any way they can get it.
The magnificent Suns' offence fell flat in the second half and Al Jefferson tied a career-high with 32 points to go with 20 rebounds to carry the Timberwolves to a 100-93 victory on Saturday night.
"Whatever it was, we're glad to have it," Jefferson said.
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