Saturday, November 28, 2015

Spurs edge T'Wolves again, 110-107.

Rookie of the year, Andrew Wiggins? Well--he played out of his mind, reaching a career-high 37 points on 15-22 shooting. Somehow the Spurs stole the victory after taking the lead and survived a failed three point game-tying attempt by Wiggins.

Not to be outdone by the sophomore's breakout performance, the Spurs put together a stronger team effort. Kawhi Leonard had 26 points and 7 assists on 8-13 shooting. Tony Parker had 20 and 7 on 7-10 shooting, and Andrei Kirilenko recovered after a poor showing last game with 17pts on 7-11 shooting.

In the exciting loss, Ricky Rubio shot poorly but had 14 assists, and Pekovic had a solid 15&15.

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