Leonard leads Spurs as they knock off Wolves again


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

Ricky Rubio scored just seven points, but helped to set up the Wolves' offense all night. He finished with 14 assists in the game, none were prettier than this one for Andrew Wiggins.

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.

Up Next:

The Wolves (11-20) host Utah Wednesday night at Target Center.

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