(Oakland, CA) — The Minnesota Timberwolves shocked the home-standing Golden State Warriors last night, in overtime, 124-117. Minnesota rallied from a 17-point third quarter deficit, at one point going on a 52-33 run. The win for the Wolves handed the Warriors their second home loss in the past three games. Golden State hadn’t lost at home all season until last Friday when Boston beat them in Oakland. Minnesota was led by 35 points off the bench from Shabazz Muhammad. Andrew Wiggins added 32, while Karl-Anthony Towns piled up 20 points and 12 rebounds. The T’wolves snapped a three-game losing streak. It was a rough night for Warriors star Stephen Curry, who only made 7-of-25 shots. Curry still had 21 and 15 assists. Golden State needs to win its final four games to break the 1995-96 Bulls’ 72-win record. The Wolves are at Sacramento tomorrow night.
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