The Suns have admitted they’re not a team with a lot of room for error. They didn’t play that way at Minnesota, attempting behind-the-back and no-look passes, proving that the Suns can indeed play loosely. Just not efficiently. Against one of the best defensive perimeters in the league (Ricky Rubio, Luke Ridnour and Andrei Kirilenko average a combined 4.9 steals per game), the result was an appalling 27 turnovers that led to 33 points for the Timberwolves, more than making up for the absence of Kevin Love.
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