Franz Wagner shines with a career record and poster dunk at Magic victory in Minnesota

Franz Wagner led the Orlando Magic to the second win of the season. In the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Berliner posted a new career record with 28 points and also caused a sensation with a poster dunk. The Magic won 115: 97 in the far north.

Minnesota Timberwolves (3-3) – Orlando Magic (2-6) 97:115 (BOXSCORE)

Wagner finished the game with 28 points (10/18 FG), 4 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 block in just under 31 minutes and also sank five of his nine attempts from a distance. The forward turned up again, especially in the fourth quarter, when he hit two important threes in a row and then also stuffed from the pick’n’roll elitist over Jarred Vanderbilt.

“Most of the time I tried the lay-up in such situations, this time I wanted to try the dunk and that worked out very well,” said Wagner after the game Bally Sports Florida with a smile on his face.

Previously, Cole Anthony, who was the top scorer with 31 points, had brought Magic back into the game after a 13-point deficit. Orlando hardly wanted to achieve anything in half-time, the guests were only in the game thanks to numerous free throws. But there, too, it was Wagner who, with 14 points, was still the best player.




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