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Mitchell returns with 39 points, Edwards 26 points, Jazz captures Timberwolves for 6 consecutive victories_Beasley_Game_Vanderbilt

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Original title: Mitchell’s comeback with 39 points, Edwards with 26 points, Jazz captures Timberwolves for 6 consecutive victories

Beijing time January 1, 2022 news, Donovan Mitchell, who missed the past two games due to a back strain, returned for this campaign, contributing 39 points and leading the Jazz to defeat the Timberwolves 120-108 at home. The Jazz ushered in a 6-game winning streak, and the Timberwolves suffered a 2-game losing streak.

The specific scores of the four quarters (Timberwolves first): 22-29, 28-34, 37-23, 21-34.

Timberwolves: Anthony Edwards 26 points and 3 rebounds, Malik Beasley 22 points, Patrick Beverley 11 points and 6 assists, Jaylen Noel 10 points

Jazz: Bojan Bogdanovic 24 points and 12 rebounds, Rudy Gobert 14 points, 16 rebounds and 4 blocks, Donovan Mitchell 39 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Jordan Clarkson 20 points, Lu Dee Gay 12 points

Edwards, who lifted the health agreement, came back for this campaign and staged a wonderful dunk, but then he received a foul while defending Mitchell. Bojan scored 5 points in a row, and Gobert continued to the free throw line. Missing the past two games, Mitchell returned with 2 three-pointers and the Jazz led 16-14. When the Timberwolves tied the score to 18, Clarkson, Mitchell and others immediately responded to a wave of 11-4 offensive climax. At the end of the first quarter, the Jazz led the Timberwolves 29-22. The Jazz shot up to 30% in the first quarter and 57.1% from three-pointers.

In the second quarter, the two sides started to score alternately. When the Jazz extended the lead to 10 points, Edwards immediately stood up and led the team to counterattack. Together with Beasley, they scored 3 three-pointers in a row and the Timberwolves chased the score. 42-46. In 4 minutes and 6 seconds, Mitchell assisted Bo Yang to complete a jumper. Gay staged a good show of supplementary dunks. At 2 minutes and 27 seconds, Mitchell also easily put the ball into the net. The Jazz led 54-43. Vanderbilt’s layup still couldn’t stop the Jazz’s offensive. With a 9-2 climax, the Jazz led the Timberwolves 63-50 at the end of the first half.

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Fighting again in another place, Edwards and Beasley scored 3 three-pointers in a row, directing a 13-6 spurt, and the Timberwolves chased the score to 63-69. Mitchell’s three-pointer still could not stop the Timberwolves. Edwards frequently attacked the basket. Reed, Beasley and others also made achievements. At 3:16 seconds, Vanderbilt made a jumper and the Timberwolves made a 79- 78 overtake. Clarkson scored four consecutive shots and scored 4 points to help the Jazz stabilize the army, but Edwards swept the team’s final 4 points, after three quarters, the Timberwolves led the Jazz 87-86.

In the final quarter, the situation on the field suddenly changed. The Timberwolves suddenly cut off power and only scored 2 goals in the 7-and-a-half minutes. After a 27-6 offensive climax, the Jazz overtook the score 113-93. At 4 minutes and 35 seconds, Edwards was whistled for an offensive foul, and 6 individuals left the field. At 4 minutes and 22 seconds, Vanderbilt’s jumper helped the Timberwolves break the scoring drought. But Mitchell did not give his opponent a chance to reverse the game, and the Jazz eventually defeated the Timberwolves 120-108.

Both starting lineups

Timberwolves: Anthony Edwards, Jared Vanderbilt, Naz Reid, Malik Beasley, Patrick Beverley

Jazz: Bojan Bogdanovic, Royce O’Neal, Rudy Gobert, Donovan Mitchell, Trent ForresterReturn to Sohu to see more

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