While the Warriors fans were booing their owner out of the building, Golden State was getting right back to losing basketball games.
It was another great performance by Kevin Love to prop the Minnesota Timberwolves up in a road victory over the Golden State Warriors. Love put in another big-time double double with 36 points and 17 rebounds, outplaying David Lee (25 points and nine rebounds) in a battle of the big men. Despite average to mediocre performances from everyone else, eight other Timberwolves managed five points or more, with Anthony Tolliver and Luke Ridnour the other Minnesota players in double figures.
Klay Thompson scored 17 points, Richard Jefferson managed 19 and Nate Robinson added 13 for the Warriors, but Golden State shot only 42.5% from the field and were outrebounded 48-33 in this one.
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