Target Center

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Target Center
Location Minneapolis, Minnesota
Opened October 13, 1990
Other Names n/a
Tenants Minnesota Timberwolves (1990-present)
Minnesota Lynx (1999-2016, 2018-present)
Minnesota Moose (1994-96)

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Basketball Association November 2, 1990 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Dallas Mavericks Program
April 19, 1992 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Charlotte Hornets Program
March 8, 1993 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Philadelphia 76ers Program
February 13, 1994 Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference NBA All-Star Game Program
April 29, 1997 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Houston Rockets Postseason Program
April 19, 2000 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Dallas Mavericks Program
2000-01 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. New York Knicks Program
2000-01 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. San Antonio Spurs Postseason Program
2011-12 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Charlotte Bobcats Program

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