November 21, 2010 by USA Post 

Klove, Kevin Love himself back in the game in more ways than one on a Wednesday night in Sacramento, a game that otherwise belonged almost exclusively to his teammate Michael Beasley.

Aimless and mostly lifeless for more than three quarters, Love scored all eight of his points in the decisive fourth quarter during a 98-89 victory over the kings that ended the Wolves’ sequence of six defeats and a streak route 17 losses.

Beasley put the Wolves win by scoring a career-high 42 points which included 18 in the first quarter and 27 in the first half alone. Then love has led them to victory in just in time to wake up one night, he said, in a choice of words, it was “fuzzed out there for some time.”

At least he has not always been fuzzed.

“Sometimes the game just does not for you,” Wolves coach Kurt Rambis said. “Therefore you must always play hard. You have to stay involved and stay supportive of your teammates when they are out there on the floor because you never know. He has remained involved in the game and made a contribution when the game was on the line. ”

Uneven playing Love followed Tuesday 23-points, 24 rebounds; five assist night in Los Angeles against the Lakers.

“Kloves is a great player,” Beasley said after Wednesday’s game. “One thing he needs to work on, if a call does not go his way, you have to stay in. He’s better at this. When Kloves wants to play, he wants to play. He proved that tonight at fourth quarter, he proved in Los Angeles last night. He needs to play like that every night. ”

Flynn brings back
Wolves are targeting home game Wednesday against the Clippers as the return of Jonny Flynn of hip surgery in July. This assumes, of course, no major setbacks as he works to increase its mobility and conditioning. This date is November 17, mid to late November was the schedule for weeks.

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