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Westbrook defers to Melo

Russell Westbrook was responsible for taking the majority of last-second shots a season ago. The Thunder point guard let new teammate Carmelo Anthony in on the fun and was rewarded Sunday, but Andrew Wiggins of the Timberwolves had the last laugh.

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Wiggins thwarts OKC comeback bid

Russell Westbrook tried to lead the Thunder back in the fourth quarter on Sunday, but Andrew Wiggins wasn't having any of what the reigning MVP was serving and did enough himself to preserve a Timberwolves victory -- including the game-winner.


Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George on the final play, isn't placing any blame on the officials.


Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook on Melo's apparent big shot, OKC's crunchtime offense and the Karl Towns hard screen that freed Wiggins.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

With 8.9 seconds left, Westbrook dropped it off to Melo for a go-ahead 3 to put OKC up 113-112, but Andrew Wiggins hit a running buzzer beating banked 3 to beat the Thunder, 115-113. Wiped out what was another clutch-time masterpiece from Westbrook.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The clutch king a year ago, Russell Westbrook apparently still has it. He wanted a 2-for-1 and drilled a 3 with 29.4 seconds left to tie up the Wolves, 110-110.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder have entered clutch-time (last five minutes, margin within five) for the first time this season. Westbrook took the first shot of it, nailing a 3. It will be interesting to see how the offense plays out down the stretch.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder got a spark from their bench, but the starters couldn't continue the push as the Wolves lead at half 61-54. Westbrook has 9 on just 3-10 shooting which includes a number of misses at the rim. Melo has 8 on 4-8, George 6 on 3-9. It's the other guys that have kept OKC close (Adams with 14 on 7-8, Felton with 10 on 4-5).

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder trailed by as many as 13 in the opening quarter against the Wolves, but like last night in Utah, Carmelo Anthony plus the bench put together a 9-1 run to end the quarter to have it 28-23. Westbrook, though, struggled again finishing at the rim, starting just 1-5 from the field after a rough 2-11 performance last night.

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.719th
Rebounds Per Game38.3Tied-28th
Assists Per Game22.313th
Points Allowed98.310th

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