Minnesota Timberwolves          

The Minnesota Timberwolves will welcome the Golden State Warriors to Target Center for an NBA game on Wednesday. The Timberwolves lost 111-118 in their last game over the Kings. Anthony Edwards had 33 points and eight rebounds for the Timberwolves, hitting the 30-point mark for the fifth time in the last six games, but he had six turnovers amid heavy double-teams down the stretch.

“He’s drawing a big crowd,” Wolves coach Chris Finch said. “For the most part, he’s trying to make the right play. Maybe he needs to see it a little earlier.” The rims on both ends were in an unforgiving mood. The Wolves had a season-low 17 points in the first quarter. D’Angelo Russell missed his first three free throws after missing a total of twice from the line in his previous 13 games.

Gobert added 19 points and 14 rebounds in a classic big man battle with Sabonis, who was whistled for a technical after a missed contested layup that had him screaming at the officials about the no-call with 3:57 left. Neither team led by more than five points for the entire fourth quarter, when Edwards went to work once again for the Wolves and made baskets on three straight possessions for a 98-95 lead with 2:12 to go.

Golden State Warriors

The Warriors on the other hand won 120-128 against the Thunder in their last game. The defending NBA champions are starting to hit their stride. Curry made 8 of 14 3-pointers and 12 of 20 shots overall.

Stephen Curry had 38 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 128-120 on Monday night for their third straight win. Klay Thompson added 28 points and hit six 3s for Golden State. It was the opener of a three-game road swing for the Warriors, who are two games above .500.

“This was really a key game for us on the trip,” coach Steve Kerr said. “To start out with a win puts us in a good position to get some rest tomorrow, prepare for Minnesota, go attack that game and see what happens. … So we needed this one tonight, and guys did a great job of winning and getting it. Now, we’ve got to get greedy and go get the next one.”

Probable Lineup

Minnesota Timberwolves: Kyle Anderson, Jaden McDaniels, Rudy Gobert, Anthony Edwards, D’Angelo Russell

Golden State Warriors: Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green, Stephen Curry, Jordan Poole

Injury Report

Minnesota Timberwolves: Jordan McLaughlin, Taurean Prince, Rudy Gobert, Karl-Anthony Towns

Golden State Warriors: Andre Iguodala

Minnesota Timberwolves vs Golden State Warriors Schedule

The game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Golden State Warriors will take place at Target Center on Wednesday, February 1 at 8:00 PM ET.

Where to watch the Minnesota Timberwolves vs Golden State Warriors?

The match between the Minnesota Timberwolves vs Golden State Warriors will be telecast live on Bally Sports North, Fox Sports North, NBC Sports Bay Area.

CountryChannelDate and Time
United StatesBally Sports North, Fox Sports North, NBC Sports Bay Area.February 1 (8:00 PM ET)

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