The Minnesota Timberwolves are coming off an impressive win against the Oklahoma City Thunder and look to carry that momentum into their game against the Indiana Pacers.
The Minnesota Timberwolves will go into their game against the Indiana Pacers with a lot of much-needed momentum after a thriller in Oklahoma City.
It seemed as if the Timberwolves didn’t have much luck, as Carmelo Anthony made go-ahead 3-pointer to put the Thunder up one with 4.7 seconds on the clock. At this point, it looked as if this was the game winner and the Timberwolves would go home disappointed because they were down one with no timeouts.
Fortunately, lady luck was on the Wolves side as Andrew Wiggins came down and banked in a 3-pointer from a step past half court to give the Timberwolves their second win of the season.
The Timberwolves are going to Minnesota with a lot of confidence and momentum as they defeated one of the toughest teams in the Western Conference.
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The Wolves were led in scoring by both Andrew Wiggins and Karl Anthony Towns, as they both provided 27 points each. Jimmy Butler also had a solid all-around game as he ended with 15 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists.
For the Timberwolves to prove that they are legit, they must win games that they shouldn’t lose. With a Pacers team that is in rebuild mode, this is one of those games. The Timberwolves must go in early and set at tone.
They can’t let up and cannot underestimate a young team that is hungry for a win. In an 82 game season, every game matters and the Wolves must win.
Here is a major key for the Timberwolves to ensure success as they go into Tuesday’s game against the Pacers.