Karl-Anthony Towns led the way with 28 points, while Rudy Gobert added 26 and Naz Reid scored 23 more off the bench to lead Minnesota over Charlotte.
Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns scored a game-high 32 points, while Nickeil Alexander-Walker recorded five steals and two blocks to extend Minnesota’s best start in franchise historyl
Your home for every Wolves and Lynx game recap.
Brown Jr. and Reid combined for 19 of Minnesota’s 30 fourth quarter points, while Rudy Gobert’s 17 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks anchored the team to a crucial division win.
The Timberwolves took care of business against a depleted Grizzlies squad, picking up their 11th win in 13 games and keeping Memphis winless (0-8) at FedEx Forum.
The undefeated home record is no more, and the Wolves will have to wait until Tuesday to try and re-claim a shot at Las Vegas. But you can’t win them all, and it was just one of those nights.
Anthony Edwards scored 23 points and five more Wolves scored in double figures to lead Minnesota past a pesky New York Knicks squad, led by 25 from Jalen Brunson.
Despite a slow start and a 14 point fourth quarter deficit, Karl-Anthony Towns was able to lead the Wolves to victory with 29 points, 9 assists, and 6 rebounds
After last nights slugfest, the Timberwolves were met with a rude awakening from some of the NBA’s best in Durant and Booker
On a night when tempers were flaring, the Minnesota Timberwolves found a way to pull out their seventh straight win behind several vital performances.
Minnesota got 33 points from Anthony Edwards, 21 points and 14 rebounds from Karl-Anthony Towns and five blocks from Rudy Gobert to take down Steph Curry and Golden State.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Anthony Edwards and Timberwolves took down Victor Wembanyama’s Spurs en route to their first In-Season Tournament Victory
Anthony Edwards led the way with a game-high 26 points, including an off-the-backboard jam and a windmill dunk that capped off Minnesota’s 4-0 home stand.
Anthony Edwards powered the Timberwolves to a win with a monstrous 38-point effort against the unbeaten Celtics.
Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns got back on track with his best game of the season to help Minnesota win its second straight game.
Mike Conley scored 17 points, including 10 in the third quarter, to help sustain a 19-point Timberwolves halftime lead and power Minnesota past Denver.
Dejounte Murray’s 22 third quarter points led a 21-point Hawks second half comeback to ruin a scorching first half from the Timberwolves’ offense.
Anthony Edwards mad waves with a huge dunk and efficient scoring in the first half before a well-rounded bench effort secured the Wolves a win.
Naz Reid, Kyle Anderson and Shake Milton combined for 40 points on 16/23 shooting, 15 assists and one turnover to help lead Minnesota over New York at Madison Square Garden.
After missing the prior game due to a left ankle sprain, Anthony Edwards made his preseason debut in Minnesota’s final game in Abu Dhabi, with the big three firing on all cylinders in the first half.
Playing without Anthony Edwards (left ankle sprain), Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota starters couldn’t have played much better as a unit.
Connecticut stars Alyssa Thomas and DeWanna Bonner proved to be too much for Minnesota, who didn’t get much beyond Napheesa Collier’s 31-point night.
The Minnesota Lynx topped the Connecticut Sun in Game 2 on Sunday to even the series at 1-1 and force a winner-take-all Game 3 on Wednesday in Minneapolis.
A franchise-record in 3-pointers made in a playoff game fueled the Sun to a dominant win, taking a 1-0 Series Lead
The Sky’s hot shooting proved to be too much for Minnesota as they drop 19-20 with one game left in the regular season
The Lynx balled out on a special Fan Appreciation Night, as Napheesa Collier, Kayla McBride, and Dorka Juhász all had ridiculous performances. Their victory not only earns Coach Cheryl Reeve her number 300, but clinches a playoff ticket.
A healthy Washington Mystics squad was too much for the Minnesota Lynx to overcome in a game with big playoff seeding implications.
The Liberty star scored a game-high 38 points as New York destroyed Minnesota at Target Center.
It was all Napheesa Collier and Kayla McBride tonight as they combined for 45 points in a road win that pulled the Lynx within one game of the No. 4 seed.
Napheesa Collier and Kayla McBride scored 50 of the Lynx’s 91 points to lead them past Dallas in a wild finish.