T’Wolves Crush Lakers, Curry’s 40 Helps Warriors Keep Rolling

Jonathan Grant | November 13th, 2021

The Los Angeles Lakers are supposed to be title contenders. The Golden State Warriors, at least in this current visage, are not. However, approximately 1/6th of the way through the season, it looks like that might be the case. The Lakers have time to turn it around, but there’s absolutely no way that they will do that if they play as they did on Friday night.

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They were dominated by the Minnesota Timberwolves, losing 107-83 on their home floor as Karl Anthony-Towns did virtually anything he pleased against them. He particularly did so in a big, decisive third quarter. He scored 18 of 29 total points as his team outscored the purple and gold 40-12 in that 12-minute period. Sure, there was no LeBron for the Lakers, but this result is still very, very troubling. On the other hand, the Warriors are still just rolling on thanks to a demolition job of the Chicago Bulls in Oakland on Friday evening. Steph Curry dropped 40 in a 119-93 victory that was earned with strong performances in the second and third quarters. He splashed home nine three-pointers and only had one free throw attempt, showing how ridiculously good his shooting was to obtain that many on one single night. That’s 11-1 now for them, and they have yet to get Klay Thompson back…

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