Minnesota Timberwolves 95
San Antonio Spurs 101
The Minnesota Timberwolves lost to the San Antonio Spurs for the second time in five days Monday night, falling 101-95 in San Antonio, Texas.
1. Leonard's double-double lifts Spurs
Kawhi Leonard continues to develop as the leader of the Spurs. He scored 17 points and hit some big shots late to lift the Spurs; he also added 11 rebounds and three assists for a double-double.
Leonard's night helped keep the Spurs unbeaten at home, as they improve to 18-0.
2. Rubio droppin' dimes
3. No answer for Marjanovic
At 7-foot-3 and athletic, the Timberwolves didn't have an answer for the Spurs' Boban Marjanovic. He was a perfect 7-of-7 from the floor and scored 17 points.
Tweet of the Night:
Wiggins scores his 2,000th career point.
The Wolves (11-20) host Utah Wednesday night at Target Center.