The all-star forward drained five 3-pointers and also hauled down 10 rebounds for Minnesota, which won in Portland for the first time since December 2005.
Martell Webster lit up his former Trail Blazer teammates with 21 points and eight rebounds. Derrick Williams provided 15 points as the T-Wolves ended a two-game losing streak.
Portland, meanwhile, slipped to a third straight loss despite Nicolas Batum's 29 points.
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