The Timberwolves begin a four-game homestand tonight against the New York Knicks at the Target Center. Minnesota will also host Detroit, Toronto and Milwaukee on the homestand. The T’wolves have won three in-a-row and six-of-seven overall following Monday’s 132-128 victory in Denver. Minnesota is 30-an-29 on the year. New York has lost seven straight to dip to 21-and-40.