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The Minnesota Timberwolves play their home games in the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This stadium is currently one of the longest-standing arenas in the entire NBA, having broken ground in July 1988 and opened in October 1990. At that time, the construction cost of the 18,798-capacity stadium (can be expanded to 25,000 for concerts) was estimated at $104 million.
The Wolves were established as a franchise in 1989, and they have called the Target Center their home since their second season of existence.