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Timberwolves at Clippers preview: TV channel, radio, injury report 

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The Minnesota Timberwolves will look to pick up their second straight win when they head to Los Angeles to face the Clippers on Monday.

Minnesota is coming off a 129-105 road win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday.

First in the West, the Wolves are 36-16 overall and 17-11 on the road this season. The Wolves are 6-4 in their last 10 games and continue to lead the league in defense with a 108.6 defensive rating.

Here’s everything you need to know about Wolves at Clippers on Monday, including how to watch the game on TV and listen on the radio. 

How to watch and listen to Wolves at Clippers

  • Date: Monday, Feb. 12 
  • Time: 9:30 PM CT 
  • TV channel: Bally Sports North | NBA TV
  • Radio: iHeartRadio | Timberwolves app 
  • Where: Crypto.com Arena | Los Angeles, CA

Taking place at Crypto.com Arena, Wolves at Clippers will air on Bally Sports North at 9:30 PM on Monday, Feb. 12. Play-by-play announcer Michael Grady and color analyst Jim Peterson will be calling the game for Bally Sports North. The game will also be broadcasted nationally on NBA TV.

You can also listen to Alan Horton, the radio voice of the Timberwolves, call the game on iHeartRadio’s Timberwolves channel and the Timberwolves app. The Timberwolves’ radio broadcast will start 15 minutes before tip. 

Injury report 

  • Questionable: Jaden McDaniels
  • Out: Leonard Miller & Jaylen Clark 

Jaden McDaniels (Left Index Finger Sprain) is questionable to play.

Leonard Miller (G League Assignment) and Jaylen Clark (Right Achilles Tendon Rupture Rehab) are out. 

Jerseys 

The Wolves will be wearing their white Classic Edition uniforms against the Clippers. Los Angeles will be playing in their blue Icon Edition uniforms.

What to know about the Clippers

Second in the West, the Clippers are a half game back from the Wolves in the standings. Los Angeles is 35-16 overall and 20-5 at home this season. The Clippers are 8-2 in their last 10 games.

The Clippers have the third-best offense (119.8 offensive rating) and are 12th overall on defense (113.9 defensive rating)

Possible rotation for the Clipperrs against the Wolves: Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, James Harden, Russell Westbrook, Ivica Zubac, Terrance Mann, Daniel Theis, Amir Coffey, Norm Powell and Mason Plumlee.

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