Last night, Wolves Nation was treated to some Wolves porn.
The T-Pups beat the Los Angeles Lakers for the first time since spring 2007 (Ricky Davis and KG were still on the team back then). And not only did the Wolves snap a 22-game losing streak against L.A., but they absolutely annihilated a Kobe-less Lakers team in the process, putting up a franchise-record 47 points in the first quarter on the way to a 113-90 victory (for a highly entertaining-for-Wolves-fans account of the game, check out the Los Angeles Times' recap: "Lakers play phantom defense, don't have ghost of a chance in ugly loss").
But the highlight of the night came on a play that didn't even count in the box score. Check out this absurd Kevin Love outlet pass that was nullified because Corey Brewer was fouled before he caught it:
Wow! It sure has been a long time since we've seen accuracy and arm strength like that from a local pro athlete, hasn't it?