Tonight, the Wolves came back from a double digit deficit to beat the NBA's last-place Milwaukee Bucks 112-101. Kevin Martin had a great night shooting the ball, going 9-18 for 26 points on the night. Kevin Love shook off some early shooting woes to finish with 27 points, 10 boards and 6 assists.

Numbers-wise seems relatively normal, but to me, things just felt off.

The first quarter was weird. Early on, it wasn't the Bucks looking like the team that has been tanking all year. In fact, they made their first 12 shots, including a 5/5 start from Brandon Knight. Minnesota eventually got on pace and got the game within 5 points to end it, but the numbers were not in the Wolves favor early, as the Bucks outshot the Wolves 71 percent to 44 percent.

"I thought they [the Bucks] were going to break some sort of record," Rick Adelman joked.

Also, Corey Brewer missed on a breakaway dunk in that opening quarter. More than anything, I was surprised at how surprised I was at that miss, and for that, I'll add it to the weird pile.