Heading into a two-game stretch against the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Golden State Warriors split their previous two “baseball series” on the 2020-21 season. However, the Warriors registered their first two-game sweep of the season after capping off a 123-111 victory over the T-Wolves on Wednesday at Chase Center.
After stealing a two-point lead in the first quarter, the Warriors were able to steadily build an advantage throughout the game behind a collective effort from Steve Kerr’s rotation. With five different players scoring in double-figures, the Warriors shot 52.9% from the field along with netting 15 triples against Minnesota.
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