The Minnesota Timberwolves came up short against the Indiana Pacers on Friday, giving them their third straight loss.

The Timberwolves fell behind early, trailing the Pacers 32-26 after the first quarter. In the second and third quarters, Minnesota kept up with Indiana, both teams adding 67 points to their totals.

Down 99-93 entering the final quarter, the Wolves rallied. Minnesota outscored Indiana for the first time all night, 21-17, but it was not enough to overcome the six-point deficit. The Wolves fell to the Pacers 116-114.

Karl-Anthony Towns led the team with 27 points. Andrew Wiggins netted 22, and Josh Okogie added 15.

The Wolves fall to 15-26 and will host the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.