(Minneapolis, MN) — A big third quarter led the Timberwolves past the Indiana Pacers 100-98 at the Target Center. Malik Beasley’s three-pointer with under a minute left put the Wolves up for good. Karl-Anthony Towns led the Wolves with 32 points, and Anthony Edwards and D’Angelo Russell added 21 points each. Minnesota has won seven of its last eight games to get over .500 at 11-and-10. The Wolves visit the Wizards tomorrow.