The Utah Jazz basketball players have had a bad diptych against Minnesota Timberwolves in the NBA. The leader of the western division also lost to the Minneapolis team on Monday after Saturday. D’Angelo Russell dropped the ball into the basket in the closing seconds of the game and gave the Timberwolves a narrow 105-104 win. Jazz had lost 101-96 on Saturday.
Despite those two defeats in a row, there was also good news for Utah Jazz. The team, which leads the Western Conference with 44 wins against 17 defeats, is now certain of participating in the play-offs.
Russell was also the top scorer for the Timberwolves with 27 points, which fought back in the game from 18 points behind. Mike Conley scored 26 points for Utah Jazz. He seemed to secure the win for his team with a 3-punt less than 10 seconds before the final whistle. But Russell got hold of the ball in the hectic final phase after a defensive mistake at Jazz and with 4 counts on the clock he made a winning lay-up.
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Minnesota Timberwolves Too Strong Again for Utah Jazz in NBA | Other sports
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