D’Angelo Russel lead the team with 25 points, Karl Anthony Towns 16 points and 12 rebounds, Anthony Edwards 18 points, Jarret Culver 14 points And Malik Beasley 18 points to lead Timberworlves win over Utah Jazz.
Donovan Mitchell struggled with 21 points, Rudy Gobert 18 points and 17 rebounds, Mike Conley 20 points and Jordan Clarkson 23 points from the bench.
And while the Jazz kept the game within shouting distance — several times getting as close as four points in the final 3 minutes, and within 111-109 with 5.9 seconds to play — they never could quite get over the top.
Clarkson had a team-high 23 points, while Mitchell added 21, though he was a not-exactly efficient 6-for-21 in getting there. Bogdanovic, meanwhile, endured an even more brutal performance, looking off-kilter all night, a short-armed layup deep in the fourth summarizing his 3-for-16 shooting effort.
Mike Conley kept the Jazz in it for a time with aggressive shot-making, and finished with 20 points, six rebounds and four assists. Gobert overcame his foul trouble (he picked up his fourth just 28 seconds into the third quarter) to finish with 16 points and 15 boards.
Still, Utah shot just 38.3% from the field on the night and went 10 of 34 from deep. Minnesota, meanwhile, went 13 of 29 beyond the arc.
The game is close until the final minutes but the more player contributor snatch the win to close the game despite Utah Jazz late game rally to beat the high offensive Timberwolves.