You won't recognize most of the names in the boxscore, but the Timberwolves won their second straight NBA Summer League game on Wednesday afternoon, beating Sacramento 92-54.
Shabazz Muhammad led the Wolves with 17 points, including hitting three out of four three-point shots.
Ben McLemore, the Kings' No. 1 draft pick, scored only one point for the Kings.
Here are links to highlights and a box score from the game, including a postgame interview with Muhammad and a conservatively dressed Craig Sager, who is handling courtside duties for NBA-TV.
The Wolves play the D-League Stars at 7:30 p.m. today.
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