The San Antonio Spurs will play Tuesday in Minnesota without forwards Tim Duncan and Kawhi Leonard and guard Tony Parker because of injuries.
All three did not make the trip to Minneapolis.
Duncan and Leonard are each battling a sore left knee, while Parker has a sprained left ankle that's expected to keep him out a few more weeks.
The Spurs listed all three with injuries, something the team did not do when Duncan, Parker, Manu Ginobili and Danny Green were held out of a nationally televised game against Miami back in late November.
NBA commissioner David Stern slapped the San Antonio organization with a fine of $250,000 for the November decision.