The Minnesota Timberwolves came up short against Utah Jazz. Bojan Bogdanović scored 30 points and Donovan Mitchell had 26 leading Utah to a 103-95 victory over Minnesota at the Target Center Wednesday evening.
The Jazz (9-5) also got 16 and 12 points from Mike Conley Jr. and Rudy Gobert, respectively, and 10 from Jeff Green. They jumped out to a 26-19 first-quarter lead and never looked back.
Andrew Wiggins led Minnesota (8-7) with 22 points. Karl-Anthony Towns had 14, Jeff Teague added 12, Robert Covington had 11 and Kelan Martin and Jarret Culver each chipped in 12.
Photos by Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald
Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald is a contributing columnist at the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder.