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Wolves 101, Nets 86: Towns, Edwards Combine for 57 Points in Defensive Slugfest

Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns scored a combined 57 points to lead the Wolves, who held Brooklyn to 86 points, a season-low for any opponent.

Bucks 112, Wolves 107: A Disastrous Third Quarter Ends Four-Game Winning Streak

The Timberwolves got 28 points from Anthony Edwards to cap off their ESPN All-Access Day, but it wasn’t enough to take down the Bucks, who got 33 points from Giannis Antetokounmpo in the win.

Wolves 128, Blazers 91: Minnesota Rides Historic First Quarter to Blowout Win

Anthony Edwards took over (34 points) for the second game in a row, and following a historic 44-14 first quarter, the Wolves blew out the Blazers to enter the All-Star break on a high note.

Wolves 121, Blazers 109: Edwards Drops 41 to Stave Off a Letdown

Anthony Edwards led the Wolves with a stellar 41 points on 16-27 shooting with Nickeil Alexander-Walker adding 18 points, including five three-pointers off the bench.

Wolves 121, Clippers 100: No Flex as the Best in the West

Minnesota professionally dismantles one of the best teams in the Western Conference with an unfair defensive performance.

Wolves 129, Bucks 105: A Dominant Third Quarter Fuels Deadline Day Win

Anthony Edwards scored a team-high 26 points, while four more Wolves scored at least 16 points to help Minnesota spoil Doc Rivers’ home debut in Milwaukee.

Bulls 129, Wolves 123: Were We Put on Earth to Suffer?

Timberwolves stars Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns combined for 71 points, but Coby White and DeMar DeRozan each poured in 33 points to lead a 23-point comeback win for the Bulls.

Wolves 111, Rockets 90: Defensive Masterclass Leads to Blowout Win

Anthony Edwards scored a game-high 32 points points to lead the Timberwolves past the Rockets, and send Minnesota Head Coach Chris Finch and his staff to the All-Star Game.

Magic 108, Wolves 106: Back to the Fourth Quarter Blues

Rudy Gobert led the Timberwolves with 22 points and 16 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to overcome off nights for both Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns.

Wolves 121, Mavericks 87: Just Like Old Times

The Wolves turned the clock back to November and erased a team they should have. Imagine that!

Wolves 107, Thunder 101: For Now, Goodbye Clutch Time Demons

Minnesota scored 34 points in the fourth quarter to give Oklahoma City its second loss of the season when leading after three quarters.

Spurs 113, Wolves 112: Puzzling Lineups Lead to Fourth Quarter Meltdown

Anthony Edwards has a fantastic bounce-back game tallying 32 points, 12 assists, and 6 rebounds, but it’s not enough to save the Wolves from another fourth quarter disaster.

Wolves 96, Nets 94: Towns Helps Minnesota Escape Another Fourth Quarter Disaster

Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns scored a game-high 27 points on 12/15 shooting to lead Minnesota past Brooklyn, who got 25 points from Cam Thomas off the bench.

Wolves 118, Wizards 107: Edwards, Towns Combine For 65 In Needed Win

Anthony Edwards led the way with 38 points and 5 assists with Karl-Anthony Towns adding 27 points with team-high plus-minus of +26

Hornets 128, Wolves 125: Fourth Quarter Meltdown Ruins Towns’ Historic Night

Karl-Anthony Towns scored a career-high and franchise record 62 points, but Minnesota blew an 18-point second half lead at home to a now-10-31 Charlotte team.

Thunder 102, Wolves 97: An Ugly Choke Job In Playoff-Like Atmosphere

Minnesota blew a nine-point lead entering the fourth quarter, as Oklahoma City got 33 points from Shai Gilgeous-Alexander to secure a big road win.

Wolves 118, Grizzlies 103: Don’t Mess With Rudy

Anthony Edwards led the way with 28 points, but Rudy Gobert’s 17 points, six blocks, and strong rebounding and trash talk set the tone.

Wolves 124, Pistons 117: Sleepwalking to a Victory

Minnesota exorcizes their demon from last season with a relatively easy, but unimpressive, victory in Detroit.

Wolves 109, Clippers 105: Edwards, Gobert Power Big Win Over Kawhi, L.A.

Anthony Edwards scored a game-high 33 points, while Rudy Gobert added 15 points, 18 rebounds and four blocks to sail past Leonard, George, Harden and the Clippers.

Wolves 116, Blazers 93: A Welcomed Blowout Win

Rudy Gobert led all players with 24 points and 17 rebounds, while Karl-Anthony Towns added 23 points in a thorough thrashing of a young Portland team.

Celtics 127, Wolves 120: An Incredible, Adversity-Filled Effort Comes Up Short In OT Thriller

Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown combined for 80 points to keep Boston’s perfect home record intact despite 29 points from Anthony Edwards and a well-rounded effort from a short-handed Minnesota squad.

Wolves 113, Magic 92: Abra Cadabra, A 20-Point Win

The Wolves took advantage of a tired Orlando Magic team and dominated them on both ends of the floor

Mavericks 115, Wolves 108: Late Game Execution Spoils Furious Comeback Attempt

The Wolves fell short of going 3-0 against the Mavericks on the season, as a red-hot Kyrie Irving put on an elite shotmaking performance throughout.

Wolves 122, Rockets 95: Strong Defense Snaps First Losing Streak of the Season

Anthony Edwards, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Jaden McDaniels combined for 62 points alone, but it was defensive intensity that led the Timberwolves to a much-needed blowout win in Houston.

Pelicans 117, Wolves 106: Minnesota Finally Loses Two in a Row

Zion Williamson led New Orleans with 27 points against a Wolves team without much defensive resistance. Anthony Edwards’ 35 points unfortunately weren’t enough for Minnesota.

Knicks 112, Wolves 106: Turnovers, Offensive Rebounds Sink Minnesota To Open 2024

Julius Randle led New York with 39 points and nine rebounds in O.G. Anunoby’s debut, overcoming a combined 64 points from Minnesota stars Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns.

Wolves 108, Lakers 106: Minnesota Gifts LeBron a Birthday Loss

Anthony Edwards and Naz Reid combined for 52 points to lead Minnesota over Los Angeles, who got 33 points from Anthony Davis and 26 more from LeBron James in the loss.

Wolves 118, Mavericks 110: Edwards’ 44 Points Leads Minnesota On An Off-Night

Edwards’ 44 points were a season-high, while Rudy Gobert co-starred with 20 points on 7/7 shooting, 11 rebounds and three blocks to help lift the Timberwolves over the Luka-less Mavs.

Thunder 129, Wolves 106: Shai Scores Easy 34 Against Hapless Defense

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 34 points and dished out nine assists to lead Oklahoma City over Minnesota, who were led by Anthony Edwards’ 25 points.

Wolves 110, Kings 98: Ant Crowned the King

Anthony Edwards drops a game-high 34 points, leading the Timberwolves to a road victory over the Sacramento Kings.

Wolves 118, Lakers 111: L.A.’s Championship Hangover Continues

Anthony Davis’s 31 points and three blocks weren’t enough, as Anthony Edwards scored 27 points to lead Minnesota over Los Angeles, handing the Lakers their fourth straight loss.

76ers 127, Wolves 113: Embiid Torches Minnesota for 51 Points

Philly star Joel Embiid put up 51 points, including 18 free throws drawn, extending his league lead in both categories.