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Russell had missed the past few matches for Golden State. Andrew Wiggins scored 40 points, hitting on the tying basket in law, along with the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated D’Angelo Russell’s career-high 52 points to win against the Golden State Warriors 125-119 in overtime Friday night.

Warriors
Warriors

Golden State has been 20 for 20 in the free-throw lineup at the first half of The Warriors ended the match 23. They’ve dropped five of the six. Timberwolves stage guards Jeff Teague (disease ) and also Shabazz Napier (right shoulder sprain) overlooked their second successive game.

Josh Okogie began Wednesday’s loss to Memphis, however, returned to the bench Friday. Treveon Graham, who began the first six matches of this year substituted him.

In overtime, Wiggins struck on a 3 to assist a losing series snaps. Towns were restricted by three fouls on five shots within 10 moments to seven points. That helped the Warriors to a 61-60 lead.

The Warriors, as well as Russell, headed 110-106 with 29 seconds. But following two free throws from Karl-Anthony Towns along with a driven jump ball from Robert Covington, Wiggins tied it onto a driveway with 5.6 seconds left. Russell’s 3-pointer in the buzzer missed.

Grab 14 rebounds and towns battled to score 20 points. Covington had 11 rebounds and 17 points.