Wolves Take Care of Nets at Home 111-97
MINNEAPOLIS -- After a west coast road trip, some home cooking is just want the Minnesota Timberwolves needed defeating the Brooklyn Nets 111-97.
Wolves guard Jimmy Butler returned to action after missing the past 4-games and finished with 21-points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists.
Other wolves starters in double-digit scoring were Andrew Wiggins (21 points), Karl-Anthony Towns (16 points, 19 rebounds), Taj Gibson (14 points).
Minnesota is 32-20 on the season and get set for a two game road swing at Atlanta Monday night and Toronto on Tuesday.