The Minnesota Timberwolves (hereinafter referred to as Minnesota) won the game against the Golden State Warriors (hereinafter referred to as the Goals).

Minnesota won the Goals by 119-114, 5 points after an extended game in the NBA 2022-23 season regular league home game held at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on the morning of the 2nd (Korean time). With this, Minnesota is 7th in the Western Conference with 28 wins and 26 losses. (Goals 26-25, 8th in the West)

Anthony Edwards scored 23 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, D’Angelo Russell scored 29 points and 2 assists, including 7 3-pointers, and Naz Reed played a big role with 24 points, 12 rebounds and 4 rebounds. For Goals, Stephen Curry contributed 29 points, 10 rebounds and 3 assists, including 5 3-pointers, and Andrew Wiggins contributed 16 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists, while Jordan Poole contributed 18 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists.

The gap between the two teams started in the middle of the second quarter. The Goals started with Kevon Rooney’s goal, and Wiggins, Curry and Thompson came to the fore and quickly built an 11-point lead. In particular, Curry boasted a good shooting sense, scoring 21 points in the first half alone. As a result, the Goals ended the first half with a 71-62, 9-point lead. 스포츠토토

Both teams continued their low-scoring pattern with no shots going into the third quarter. Most of all, Minnesota managed only one of the 3-pointers thrown in the quarter. In addition, the Goals, like Minnesota, entered the fourth quarter with a 93-82, 11-point lead without a shot going in.

However, Minnesota completely recovered the shooting feeling in the 4th quarter. Minnesota started with Austin Rivers’ 3-point shot, and Russell scored 14 points in a row, including 4 3-pointers. Afterwards, the two teams continued the seesaw game in a cluttered atmosphere. And the match between the two teams went into overtime as they failed to score for 1 minute and 30 seconds.

Minnesota faced the bad news of Russell’s foul out as they entered overtime. In response, Wiggins scored with a cut-in dunk, but Taurine Prince put in an open 3-pointer. In addition, Kyle Anderson blocked Poole’s layup and Edwards broke through Wiggins’ defense with a floater.

In the ensuing attack, Thompson’s 3-point shot did not go in and Draymond Green committed a treble. Edwards then scored a run away with a reverse layup. As a result, Poole quickly scored and maintained a close match, but Curry’s 3-point shot did not go in.

Afterwards, Minnesota won the Goals by 119-114, 5 points, after Reed got an offensive rebound in the last attack and exploded a dunk.