Timberwolves defeat Warriors in overtime 119-114

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — D’Angelo Russell had 14 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter, Anthony Edwards took over in overtime after Russell fouled out and the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Warriors 119-114 on Wednesday night. Golden State

Russell came off after committing two fouls during the first minute of extra time. This set the stage for Edwards.

After going scoreless in the fourth quarter, Edwards was aggressive in overtime, driving to the basket and scoring through traffic on multiple possessions. Edwards helped Wolves, who were down 11 after three quarters, complete their comeback.

He only scored four of his 27 points in overtime, but he was the catalyst for the offense in extra session.

Stephen Curry had 29 points and 10 rebounds for Golden State. Jordan Poole added 18 and Draymond Green had 10 and 12 rebounds. The Warriors had won three in a row.

Curry had a good chance with five seconds left in regulation, but missed. Minnesota didn’t have a good shot at the buzzer, sending the game into overtime.

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