Wolves Overcome Slow Start To Beat Jazz

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Timberwolves took control in the third quarter of their 101-90 win over the Utah Jazz at the Target Center. The Wolves trailed by 12 in the middle of the second quarter before going on a 35-19 run in the third. Anthony Edwards didn’t play in the game due to an injury, but Karl-Anthony Towns picked up the slack by scoring 32 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Nickeil Alexander-Walker finished with 20 in the victory. The Wolves are still in first place in the Western Conference at 14-and-4. Minnesota visits Charlotte tomorrow afternoon.

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