Led by an impressive Rudy Gobert, the Minnesota Timberwolves are at the top of the NBA

Their two carcasses collided multiple times in the rackets at the Target Center in Minneapolis, during the night from Wednesday to Thursday. As soon as Victor Wembanyama approached too close to the Wolves circle, Rudy Gobert came out to oppose the rookie with his stature and his iron physique. “Wemby” managed to score a few baskets on the head of his future friend in the blue paint. But he was held to one of his lowest scores of the season (12), with a mediocre percentage (4/13) and an increasingly visible frustration after his team’s fifteenth defeat in a row. Spurs more dunces than ever in the West (3-17), who sank after an encouraging first period, won 53-46.


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