(REUTERS) – Rookie James Wiseman drove a reasonable assault with a season-best 25 focuses Wednesday (Jan 27) night, pacing the Golden State Warriors to a second success over the Minnesota Timberwolves in three days, 123-111 in San Francisco.
Kelly Oubre Jr (20), Andrew Wiggins (19), Damion Lee (17) and Stephen Curry (16) made it five Warriors with at least 16 focuses as Golden State finished a two-game compass that started with a 130-108 home cavort on Monday night.
No. 1 pick in the 2020 draft, Minnesota’s Anthony Edwards, getting down to business with No. 2 determination Wiseman for the second time in their NBA professions, had 25 focuses, one off his season best.
The Timberwolves lost for the 6th time in their last seven games.
Utilizing adjusted scoring, Golden State followed just momentarily in the subsequent period, gotten a seven-point advantage by halftime and backed away in the subsequent half on the way to its fifth two-game series of wins of the period. The Warriors still can’t seem to win three out of a line.
After Edwards had outscored Wiseman 15-13 on Monday in their underlying straight on, they dueled on close even terms again in the rematch.
Wiseman outperformed his past high point all out of 20, set a week ago against the San Antonio Spurs. He coordinated his season best with three 3-pointers (on three attempts) and completed the night 9-for-14 by and large. He likewise discovered time with six bounce back and two squares.
Edwards, who had an aggregate of only 23 3-pointers in his initial 16 games, besieged in a season-best five on eight endeavors to represent a lion’s share of his focuses. He likewise enrolled four bounce back, three takes and two helps.
Brilliant State outshot Minnesota 52.9 percent to 42.5 percent, driven by Oubre’s 7-for-9 achievement. Wiggins made eight of his 13 shots.
The Warriors’ Kevon Looney was the game’s driving rebounder with 10. Curry had a game-high eight helps and added six bounce back one game subsequent to squashing the Timberwolves with 36 focuses.
Malik Beasley coordinated Edwards’ 25 focuses while Naz Reid added 19 focuses and Jaylen Nowell 12 for the Timberwolves, who were indeed without Karl-Anthony Towns (wellbeing and security conventions) and D’Angelo Russell (quad).
The tenderfoots were the star attractions in a first a large portion of that saw Curry go scoreless for the initial 23 or more minutes. His solitary two focuses in the half went ahead a layup with nine seconds staying before the break.
Wiseman shot 3-for-3 from 3-point range and added up to 14 focuses in the half, which finished with Golden State up 58-51.
Edwards was one better for the Timberwolves, going for 15 first-half focuses, generally because of 3-for-4 shooting from past the circular segment.