The Warriors couldn’t stop the T’Wolves either

The Warriors couldn’t stop against the Timberwolves either

The NBA regular season continued with 10 games. Minnesota Timberwolves achieved their seventh consecutive victory by beating the visiting Golden State Warriors 104-101.

Karl-Anthony Towns played a big role in the Minnesota Timberwolves’ victory by recording a “double-double” with 33 points and 11 rebounds.

For the home team, Brandin Podziemski scored 23 points and Dario Saric scored 21 points.

The 76ERS’ 8-game streak is over

The Eastern Conference leaders, the Philadelphia 76ers, lost 132-126 to the visiting Indiana Pacers.

This loss ended the 76ers’ 8-game winning streak.

While Joel Embiid scored 39 points and De’Anthony Melton scored 30 points for the Philadelphia 76ers, these performances were not enough for victory.

National basketball player Furkan Korkmaz, who plays for the 76ers, played 1 minute and 51 seconds in the game but could not contribute to the score.

For the Indiana Pacers, Tyrese Haliburton had a “double-double” with 33 points and 15 assists, while Obi Toppin played with 27 points.


Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the visiting San Antonio Spurs 123-87. Turkish basketball player Cedi Osman, who plays for the Spurs, scored 6 points.

Julian Champagnie and Zach Collins each scored 13 points for the Spurs.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander played a big role in the Thunder’s victory with 28 points.


Charlotte Hornets-Miami Heat: 105-111

Detroit Pistons-Atlanta Hawks: 120-126

Philadelphia 76ers-Indiana Pacers: 126-132

Brooklyn Nets-Orlando Magic: 124-104

Oklahoma City Thunder-San Antonio Spurs: 123-87

New Orleans Pelicans-Dallas Mavericks: 131-110

Utah Jazz-Portland Trail Blazers: 115-99

Denver Nuggets-Los Angeles Clippers: 111-108

Golden State Warriors-Minnesota Timberwolves: 101-104

Los Angeles Lakers-Memphis Grizzlies: 134-107 (AA)

Source: Sozcu


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