Jamal Murray, Denver
The Nuggets had a balanced scoring effort, but it was Murray who broke the Wolves’ back multiple times. He finished with 30 points on a stellar 10 of 16 shooting.
By the numbers
19 Second-chance points for Denver.
11 Points for Wolves’ guard C.J. Williams, a season high.
0 Points for starting guard Josh Okogie on four shot attempts.
34-10 Points and rebounds for Karl-Anthony Towns in his return from a knee injury.