LaVine cut beats Gordon, flushes it home. You don't have to respect his shot.
With Wiggins, LaVine, Johnson and McDaniels on the court together, how about we cancel the last 77 secs for a dunk contest?
Josh Smith had LaVine in the post and kicked it to Pablo for 3 and Pablo shot it rather than re-feeding him.
Rockets-Wolves lineups: HOU: Ariza, Smith, Howard, Harden and Terry. MINN: Wiggins, Payne, Dieng, Lavine and Brown.
So the Zach LaVine play where Clarkson was fouled for the FT was ruled correct - thus the game winning FT kosher
According to the NBA's review - one of Jordan Clarkson's traveling calls was incorrect - LaVine knocked the ball away first
Ellington had his shot blocked, but Clarkson got the board and got shoved in the back by LaVine with 0:00.3 left. Clarkson hit the 2 FT's.
Zach LaVine misses the three, but it appears Chase Budinger stepped out of bounds on that rebound as refs are going to review the call.
LaVine missed a wide open corner 3 - Budinger rebound - on review if he stepped out
Minnesota's 19th TO is a Wiggins travel, and Clarkson answered with a layup with 34.5 seconds left to put LAL up 2. LaVine let him fly by.
Bad call, ref. Jordan Clarkson didn't travel as Zach LaVine hit the ball.
Zach LaVine makes both free throws as Lakers lead 90-87 with 40.0 left.
Two Zach LaVine FT's with 0:48.6 seconds left cut LAL's lead to 3 at 90-87. Lakers ball.
LaVine (5 of 16) has stalled Minnesota's offense, missing 4 straight shots going 1 on 1, but Wiggins tied the game at 85 with 2:24 to play.
Not the most exciting game tonight, but this Jordan Clarkson-Zach LaVine matchup right now should be fun.
Clarkson has stepped up his interior D the last few games, with 3 blocks last night and an early swat of a driving LaVine tonight.
I actually wanted to see Kevin Garnett play in a T-Wolves uniform tonight, but Jordan Clarkson vs. Andrew Wiggins/Zach LaVine works, too.
Jordan Clarkson with the dunk and I'd like him to go head-to-head in a dunk contest with Zach LaVine instead.
We're underway in Minnesota, where rookie Zach LaVine opens the scoring w/a 3. Minnesota has 8 available healthy bodies, LAL essentially 9.
A frame-by-frame of T-Wolves guard and former UCLA standout Zach LaVine throwing it down in the NBA Dunk Contest http://t.co/Vc8vYd0wOT
In an interview, Mario Hezonja ('95) says after he watched LaVine, next day he repeated all 3 winning dunks of LaVine without any problems.
LaVine's two 3s there near end of regulation came, btw, after he forced a shot and committed a foul when there was no reason to do so
Minnesota rookies Wiggins/LaVine both just turned 20. They have combined for 48 points in 17 of 36 shooting going into OT tonight.
Have to keep LaVine in an attack mode position to get the best out of him. That's where he belongs
LaVine's 2 clutch 3s in final 25 seconds sends Wolves' Super Eight into OT at Utah tied at 96.
Don't look now, but Zach LaVine just tied this game at 96.
Zach LaVine just followed a horrible shot w/ a horrible foul.
LaVine had a look to tie it but couldn't convert. Gobert grabs his 16th board.
Or D'Angelo Russell to Zach Lavine and Andrew Wiggins....
End of 3: Jazz 63, Wolves 60. Rookies Joe Ingles and Zach LaVine have 18 apiece. Jazz have committed 15 turnovers (19 pts), MIN 16 for 14.
End of 1: Jazz 22, Wolves 20. Joe Ingles 8 points on 3/3 FGs. For MIN, Zach LaVine has 7 points & Wiggins has 4 on 2-of-6 shooting.