"Stay together," Corey Brewer said.

"Let's move past it," Kevin Love added as all 13 Timberwolves players huddled outside their locker room before Friday night's game at Target Center.

It was a call for unity after a contentious loss Wednesday in which Love said not everyone was together as a team.

About two hours later, all 13 Wolves had scored in a 119-92 drubbing of the Charlotte Bobcats. The solid win helped smooth the schism.

While Wednesday's loss to Phoenix further exposed a winless record in 10 games decided by four points or fewer, Friday's win showed a resilient team that is now 8-2 in games following those close defeats.

The Wolves set a season high for made field goals with 48 and expanded on their league lead with eight wins by 20 points or more.

"That makes me feel better," coach Rick Adelman said after hearing the blowout stat. "We have the ability to score. We always knew that we were going to be able to score. When we really shoot the ball well like we did tonight (54 percent), we are going to win big. But we have to do it at the other end. We have to be more consistent. It's something that we have to keep pushing for."

Love said he was trying to push his teammates when he called out two players -- J.J. Barea and Dante Cunningham -- for not joining the team during timeouts in the last-second loss to Phoenix. Friday, Barea said he wished Love would have said it to him personally, while Love and Cunningham added little. Adelman said they dealt with it Thursday behind closed doors.