Andrew Wiggins helps Timberwolves top Thunder, 115-113

Will the Minnesota Timberwolves cover the spread and possibly win Sunday night at the Oklahoma City Thunder? Trailing 113-112 after Anthony's go-ahead triple with five seconds remaining, he received the ball in the backcourt, appeared to benefit from a questionable screen from Karl-Anthony Towns, and pulled up for the game victor from well outside the arc.

Through his three years in Minnesota, Wiggins has averaged 20.4 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.1 assists and a steal in 36.2 minutes per game, shooting 45 percent from the field. Paul George scored 14 points while getting eight assists and six rebounds, while Steven Adams had 17 points and 13 boards.

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Atlanta point guard Dennis Schroeder went down with an apparent ankle injury with 3:37 left and had to be helped off the court. Westbrook scored five points in a 21-second stretch, with his three tying the score at 110 with just under 30 seconds remaining.

Then, against mostly Wolves reserves, it was all Thunder the rest of the quarter. He finished with 17 points. Fellow starter Taj Gibson had 11 points on 5-for-7 shooting and got 10 rebounds as well.

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In today's game, Minnesota opened with a 28-23 lead after the first quarter.

The trio played better in combination at the T'wolves, though the result eluded them after Wiggins conjured the magical finish for the home side.

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The Thunder will look to bounce back when they host the Indiana Pacers on Thursday (NZ time). Thunder G Andre Roberson airballed two free throws in the second half, missed all four of his shots from the floor and wound up scoreless.

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