The Wolves lose against Utah Jazz 136-130

The last game of the season for the Timberwolves against the Utah Jazz was quite a show. Even though the Timberwolves lost after two overtime. Each team had its quarter time to turn (31-17 to Utah in the first, 31-20 to Minnesota in the second), and despite a delay of 10 points early in the last quarter, the Wolves always found the resources to come from behind (the team Luke had up to 19 points behind early in the second quarter). Kevin Martin has scored (36 points) joined by the other Kevin Love had 19 points 10 rebounds and 9 assists. Opposite is the rookie Trey Burke replied with 32 points, 9 assists and 7 rebounds, and Gordon Hayward author of 23 points, nine assists and 10 rebounds.

The will of not wanting to give up has allowed the Wolves to return to the score in the last minutes of regulation time, by chaining a 19-7 to finish at 107-107. The extension is then very Seree Ban Phe and ends on a 12-12. It is in the second extension that Utah will score the points determinants. Burke gets 2 free throws and the inscribed to 19.4 seconds from the end of the match (132-128), and then Cunningham entered the last 2 points of Wolves (132-130). In fact, in the last 10 seconds, Brewke will mark two new free throws before that Hayward does marks the last point almost at the Buzzer to give the victory to the Utah Jazz 136-130.

Minnesota Timberwolves ends the regular season on a series of 3 defeats at the 10th place in the Western Conference (40 victories / 42 defeats).

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