The Warriors won their 13th consecutive game Monday night, putting away the Timberwolves 102-86 at Target Center in Minneapolis.
Five Warriors scored in double figures, led by 21 points each from Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Shaun Livingston and Marreese Speights each put in 12, while Draymond Green added 10.
The victory was tainted by the loss of center Andrew Bogut, who incurred an injury to his right knee in the opening minutes. Bogut left the court for treatment in the locker room but did not return to the game.
Bogut's status was not initially believed to be serious but will be evaluated Tuesday, after the team returns to the Bay Area.
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Facing the team with worst record in the Western Conference, the Warriors (18-2) played down to the competition for much of the night. They missed 11 of their first 15 shots and committed 17 turnovers, including 10 in a hideous first half.
The Warriors shot 38 percent in the first half but found enough of their game to finish Minnesota in the second half. The victory improved the Warriors' road record to 11-1.
The Timberwolves (4-16) were playing without starters Ricky Rubio, Kevin Martin and Nikola Pekovic, as all three are sidelined with injuries.
Curry and Livingston shared game honors, combining for 33 points and 13 assists and seven steals.
Curry's line: 21 points, seven assists, four rebounds, three steals and three turnovers.
Livingston's line: 12 points, six assists, five rebounds, four steals and four turnovers.
Leading 62-56 with 5:07 left in the third quarter, the Warriors went on a rapid-fire 7-0 run, taking a 69-56 lead with 4:06 left in the quarter and finally putting away the pesky Timberwolves.
Minnesota never got closer than 8 (69-61) after that, with the Warriors taking leads as large as 22 points.
C Andrew Bogut (right knee irritation) left the game in the first quarter and did not return. F David Lee (strained left hamstring) remains out but is scheduled to undergo reevaluation this week.
The Warriors return to Oracle Arena, where on Wednesday night they face the Houston Rockets.