Minnesota Timberwolves extend their series of wins with four back to back wins to move three games over the .500 imprint with a twofold win upon the Detroit Pistons. Timberwolves exploited Detroit Piston's weakness and crushed the team for the second back to back time. The match did not start in Wolves favour though, their offence had a hard time surpassing the Pistons defence but Detroit wasn't shooting the ball well either.
The Pistons pulled down 14 hostile rebounds for the game and their shooting skills were also far superior to Minnesota in the paint. In the second half Wolves played better with Malik Beasley’s hot shooting form and Karl-Anthony Towns, they gave away just 49 points and went on to record a 118-105 win over Pistons.