Chicago Bulls defeat Minnesota Timberwolves, 110-96

CHICAGO — In the season's 38th game, on the second night of consecutive games, the Timberwolves continued to search in a 110-96 loss to Chicago at United Center on Saturday.

One night after they ended a five-game losing streak by beating Indiana at home, the Wolves couldn't find the same energy and resolve they summoned to beat the Pacers just 24 hours earlier.

They couldn't find a successful second unit that could compensate for a short, quiet night from both Al Jef...

DENVER - When you're the coach of the Timberwolves, you don't have a lot of options.

That's why they're 8-30.

Still, Kurt Rambis is pondering his.

On Saturday in Chicago, Rambis shuffled his two best players -- Al Jefferson and Kevin Love -- in and out of the lineup. It seemed most often like out: Love played a season-low 22 minutes, and Jefferson's 27 were his fewest since November's 41-point loss at Golden State.

On Sunday, Rambis reiterated what he said afte...