Wednesday night’s game in Minneapolis was really a game between the Timberwolves and Kevin Durant. For one of the leagues worst teams facing one of the beat in the NBA, it was a surprisingly close game. The lead was thrown back and forth, changing hands a total of eight times in the last 3.5 minutes of regulation alone. After being pushed into overtime, the final result was a one-point victory in favor of the Thunder. The Utah Thunder beat the Minnesota Timberwovles for the eighth time in a row with an enticingly close 118-117 win. Basketball scores.
Minnesota did everything in their power to try and stop Kevin Durant and the division-leading Thunder, and they almost succeeded. However, for every move the Wolves made down the stretch, Durant came through with a big play. The SF finished with 47 points [tying Blake Griffin for most points in a game this season], 18 rebounds and 2 assists. The last of those shots was the game winning step-back jumper over Corey Brewer that brought OT to an end. Durant was limited in the first half, but luckily, his teammate did a good job on the night as well. Jeff Green gave 19 points with 8 rebounds, while Russell Westbrook contributed 16 points and 8 assists. It was a close battle throughout, but the Thunder had what it took to hold through. Basketball odds.
Kevin Love had a chance to win it in regulation but his short hook shot went halfway down before rattling out and send the game to overtime. The Timberwolves then had another chance to take in the final seven seconds of OT, but Luke Ridnour rushed a 3-pointer after a missed free throw from Brewer, which the Thunder tracked down the loose ball and stole. With that, Minnesota lost its 19th division game in a row. Are you hungry for lines, scores and online betting information? Look no further than www.scoresandodds.com, we’ve got you covered. Basketball spreads.