Minnesota Timberwolves managed to win at home against Miami Heat by 113-101 on a new NBA day. In the previous round, Minnesota Timberwolves players managed to win away from home against New Orleans Pelicans 96-110, so after the game they accumulated six consecutive wins, while the Miami Heat also won at home at Detroit Pistons by 92-100. With this result, Minnesota Timberwolves accumulates nine victories in 18 games played in the season, while Miami Heat he is left with 12 victories in 19 games played.
During the first quarter there were several movements on the scoreboard, in fact, the locals got a 12-2 run during the quarter and ended with a 30-27. Later, during the second quarter there were again alternations on the scoreboard until it ended with a partial result of 24-35. After this, the players accumulated a total of 54-62 points before the break.
During the third quarter again there were several changes of leader on the scoreboard, which ended with a partial result of 32-20 and 86-82 in total. Finally, the last quarter also had alternations on the scoreboard until it ended with a partial result of 27-19. Finally, the match ended with a result of 113-101 for the locals.
During the meeting, the interventions of Anthony Edwards and Malik Beasley, who had 33 points, six assists and 14 rebounds and 29 points and three rebounds respectively. For their part, the visiting team stood out Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, with 16 points, five assists and eight rebounds and 18 points, three assists and five rebounds respectively.
After taking the victory, the next duel of Minnesota Timberwolves will be against Charlotte Hornets at Spectrum Center. For his part, the next adversary of Miami Heat it will be Chicago Bulls, with which it will be measured in the United Center.
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