Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio
He showed why he deserves consideration as NBA MVP, finishing with 34 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and five assists while helping hold Andrew Wiggins to 6-for-24 shooting.
By the NUMBERS
2-for-8 Wiggins’ shooting in the fourth quarter and overtime.
1-for-2 Karl-Anthony Towns’ shooting in the fourth quarter and OT. He took only four shots after halftime.
5 Career triple-doubles for Ricky Rubio, who had his first since March 2, 2015, finishing with 11 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists.
2:53 Time the Wolves went without scoring to close the game, after Rubio’s basket tied the score at 90-90.