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Byline: Ira Winderman
MINNEAPOLIS _ Dwyane Wade was dormant, not done.
After scoring a mere two points during the first 19 minutes, 54 seconds of the second half, Wade kept the Heat's seven-game road trip on track by fueling the late charge that produced a 99-96 victory Tuesday night over the Timberwolves at Target Center.
On a trip that already has included losses to the Nuggets and Lakers, with a test looming Saturday in Houston, this was one that put the success of the excursion in the balance.
For the most part it was a struggle, with the Timberwolves pelting the Heat with three-pointers early and then loading up late defensively …