Golden State Warriors Embarrass Minnesota T-Wolves 146-105: Is This the Bottom?

November 10th, 2009 by Kevin Lindsey Leave a reply »
“It’s an embarrassment, we just got embarrassed,” - Al Jefferson.

I admit that I did not watch all of the fourth quarter.  One can only look at a train wreck for so long.

The Timberwolves were blown out by the Warriors in every way possible.  The loss against Golden State was historic in that it tied the most points allowed by the franchise and the largest margin of defeat.

The Timberwolves going into the game had to feel good about their chances.  The Warriors had a short bench with injuries to starters and reserves.  Stephen Jackson and his agent were feuding with coach Don Nelson.  The Warriors had just received a beat down from the Sacramento Kings 120-107 the night before.

At the 7:18 mark of the second quarter the game was tied at 40.  The Wolves had to feel pretty good about their chances.  Unfortunately, this was the beginning of the end.

Warriors Corey Maggette then made a couple nice plays scoring the next seven points and then handing out a dime to Monta Ellis to push the score to 49-40.   The Wolves then took a time-out to regroup but it was to no avail.

The Timberwolves simply stopped d ...

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