Timberwolves overthrow Kings
The Minnesota Timberwolves are getting hot at just the right time right now. The team faced the Kings in a three-game winning streak. The Kings were also on their own two-game winning streak, and that meant that something had to give.
Without a Karl-Anthony Towns highlight moment to ensure a win, the entire Timberwolves roster rallied to the cause, with an astonishing seven players reaching double digits. Better yet, center Rudy Gobert earned another double-double, with 16 points and 16 rebounds to help the Wolves win. His teammate, point forward Kyle Anderson, also put up a double-double, recording 15 points and 11 assists.
So yes, the Timberwolves overthrew the Kings, and in doing so have risen to a tie with the Golden State Warriors for sixth place in the NBA Western Conference:
As the NBA Playoffs draw ever closer, and as the level of competition seems to increase with each game, the Minnesota Timberwolves are up for the challenge. This was the Timberwolves’ fourth consecutive victory, a crucial win that had not only improved their record to 39-37 but has improved the range of their final record from a best-case scenario of 45-37 to a much better worst-case scenario of 39-43.
So how did the team do it? Let’s check out some of the Timberwolves Game Takeaways and try to put our finger on the pulse of this team’s latest win. Here we go: