Lakers vs. Timberwolves: Live Analysis, Score Updates and Highlights
Kobe Bryant had 17 points, 12 rebounds, & 8 assists as the Lakers beat the Timberwolves 111-100 for their first road win of 2013.
Lakers have won 20 straight games vs Timberwolves. That's the longest active win streak for any team vs a single opponent— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 2, 2013
Lakers are 4-1 under Kobe The Creator.— chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) February 2, 2013
The Lakers get their first road win over 2013 as they beat the Timberwolves 111-100.
Kobe w/ the assist dagger? That's new. Beautiful. But new.— Lakers Nation (@LakersNation) February 2, 2013
The last 5 games for Kobe Bryant as a facilitator.
The Wolves got within as little as 4, but no further and now the Lakers have pushed their lead back to 11 in the final 1:11. Lakers 107-96— Jerry Zgoda(@JerryZgoda) February 2, 2013
The Lakers are currently on game 2 of a 7-game road trip.
The Lakers still hold a 9-point lead with 2:22 left.
Pau Gasol comes back with another big bucket. He now has 20 points in the game.
Two PGs, Kobe playing SF, a 6-8 power forward and a 227-pound center. Welcome to small ball Lakers style.— chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) February 2, 2013
Alexey Shved hits a three to cut it to a 4-point game but Gasol hits the bucket and gets fouled on the other end. He heads to the line with the Lakers up by 6.
Kobe grabs a tough rebound down low and puts it back in for the Lakers.
Jamison hits the three and the Lakers' lead is back up to 12.
Kobe, Nash & Gasol back in early in the 4th, but they did get some extra rest in the 1st Q. Minutes not too high. Minny still in a zone.— Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) February 2, 2013
After the hot start, the Lakers are now shooting 41.6% from the field for the game.
7 players have attempted more shots than Kobe tonight.— chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) February 2, 2013
Pau Gasol with a pretty pass over his head to Jamison for the slam.
Chris Johnson gets the layup to cut the Laker lead to 7.— MN Timberwolves (@MNTimberwolves) February 2, 2013
In a recurring theme Wolves are 5-13 FTs— Jon Krawczynski (@APkrawczynski) February 2, 2013
The Timberwolves have cut the Lakers' lead to single digits as we head to the 4th quarter.
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