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The Minnesota Timberwolves broke the perfect achievement of the Indiana Pacers at the NBA Preseason

The Minnesota Timberwolves broke the perfect achievement of the Indiana Pacers at the NBA Preseason

The Minnesota Timberwolves won the final NBA Preseason match of the season and stopped Indiana Pacers' unbeaten streak at 3.

The Minnesota Timberwolves won 119-111 against Indiana Pacers in the final friendly of the NBA Preseason series. Karl-Anthony Towns started the match with a strong block for Domantas Sabonis and the Western team showed solid defense for the rest of the match.

That is not the most impressive image of Towns in today's match (October 16th). Dominican Republic striker has a series of 7 consecutive impressive points with a basketball on the head of two Pacers players, a breakthrough situation from the 3-point line and onto the basket beautifully and finally a step-back throw 3 point.

Coach Ryan Saunders was pleased and pulled out the best NBA Newcomer 2016 when the striker played 26 minutes. The 23-year-old achieved a double-double with 33 points and 10 rebounds, successfully finishing 13 of the 20 throws, including 4 and 3 points in the basket after 8 attempts.

Another prominent face on the Timberwolves side is rookie Jarett Culver. The NBA Draft Friday's vote of 2019 ended effectively with 15 points and 50% efficiency. Players from Texas also have 3 more assists, 3 rebounds and 1 time to steal the ball.

The score sheet may not be on the side of Indiana Pacers, but they can be happy with what the secondary squad did in the second half of the match, especially in the third half. chasing the opponent with a narrow gap and only giving in from the second half of the fourth half.

This is also the first time rookie Goga Bitadze wore an Indiana Pacers shirt. The player selected in the first round of NBA Draft 2019 leads the scoring list of the Eastern team with 14 points with Doug McDermott. He showed himself to be a big man capable of stretching the squad with 2 successful 3-point throws after 3 tries. However, 6 times to lose the ball is a worrying number.