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Timberwolves fans are well-aware of Okogies game: his high energy, flashy put-back dunks, the occasional mistake that is quickly forgiven by relentless hustle and of course, remarkable defense. Okogie had a nice game overall, too, tallying 16 points, four assists three rebounds and that block, helping the Timberwolves to a 121-111 win over Houston, which currently owns the Western Conferences fifth-best record (33-24). Desperately needing things to change at the Target Center during a four-game losing streak, Ryan Saunders adjusted the Timberwolves rotation Monday night against the Los Angeles Clippers. Saric has started the last two games (against Los Angeles and Houston on Wednesday) and is averaging 17 points, eight rebounds and 1.5 steals per contest while shooting 85.7 percent (6 for 7) from downtown.