MINNEAPOLIS --Vince Carter has one big advice for his Dallas Mavericks teammates when they face the Minnesota Timberwolves tonight at 7 at the Target Center.
Carter knows the Target Center can be an extremely difficult place for opponents to play. Especially if the T-Wolves are able to get out and get some easy transition baskets.
"I think in his building we have to have a laser-like approach to our gameplan, because the crowd can get into it and they have a lot of scorers and they can run off a lot of points in a hurry,'' Carter said. "And I think we understand that not turning the ball over and keeping them out of transition (is important), because once they get going they're hard to stop.''
Carter, of course, will not even be in the Target Center tonight. The NBA suspended Carter from tonight's game without pay after he was assessed a Flagrant Foul 2 and ejected from Wednesday's game at Oklahoma City for elbowing Thunder center Steven Adams.
-- Dwain Price
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