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MINNEAPOLIS — Before his team faced the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night, Minnesota coach Tom Thibodeau stressed the Timberwolves couldn’t replace injured star Jimmy Butler with a single player. To overcome his absence, they would need a collective effort.

For at least one game, the Wolves responded.

Jeff Teague scored 25 points, Andrew Wiggins added 23 and Karl-Anthony Towns had 22 points and 13 rebounds for his NBA-leading 53rd double-double of the season in a 122-104 victory over Chicago.

Playing their first game since Butler injured his right knee during Friday night’s loss in Houston, the Timberwolves earned a much-needed win after a long day. They arrived home late in the morning, then learned Butler has a meniscus injury that will sideline him indefinitely.

The team is optimistic he will be able to return this season.

“The worst part was getting the news about Jimmy,” Teague said. “That’s our guy, man. He makes us go. He’s our engine and he’s our leader, so to see him go down, man, it’s always tough. But you know, we’ve got a lot of talented guys in this locker room. We’ve just got to step up and play together and still try to collect some wins.”

Taj Gibson had 19 points and 10 rebounds for Minnesota. Jamal Crawford also scored 19 off the bench, including three 3-pointers that keyed a 16-2 spurt to open the fourth quarter and put the Timberwolves comfortably ahead for good.

“We needed everyone and everyone stepped up,” Thibodeau said.

The Wolves had little trouble on offense without their leading scorer. They certainly missed him early on defense, though. Zach LaVine scored 21 to lead the Bulls in his return to Target Center since the blockbuster offseason trade that sent Butler to Minnesota.

Chicago trailed by as many as 12 early, but LaVine hit some timely buckets and the Bulls’ bench outscored Minnesota’s reserves 24-7 in the first half. The Bulls looked to be in prime position to sweep the season series after a one-point win in Chicago on Feb. 9.

“That second quarter was a thing of beauty,” coach Fred Hoiberg said. “We got stops. We were pushing it down the floor.”

Chicago led by five in the third quarter before Minnesota used an 18-11 run to regain the lead heading into the fourth.

“I think this is the recipe, because like I said, you have guys who have big nights on particular nights,” Crawford said. “But overall, something that’s sustainable, I think it has to be a collection of guys, and I think this is hopefully a look at what it can look like.”


A historically streaky shooter, the 37-year-old Crawford went 3 for 5 for 11 points in the fourth quarter alone, bringing the crowd to its feet with his long-range shooting. “He’s still playing like he’s 22 years old,” Hoiberg said. “He was playing by himself out there for a while. When he gets rolling, he’s a hard guy to stop.”


The crowd gave LaVine a warm welcome when he was announced in the starting lineup. LaVine played three seasons in Minnesota, wowing fans with his electrifying dunks. He matched up against his former teammate in Wiggins on Saturday, and also was rejected a couple of times by Towns. “For sure, that just felt like practice. That’s what it was, talking a little bit,” LaVine said.



Bulls: Former Wolves draft pick Kris Dunn had 10 points in his return to Minnesota. … F Paul Zipser sat out with a left foot injury sustained Thursday against Philadelphia. He left that game after only seven minutes and didn’t practice on Friday. … Robin Lopez and Justin Holiday were inactive again in favor of getting more time for younger players. Hoiberg said he does expect to get the two veterans back into the mix. “They’re still active in practice, and right now the big thing for us is getting a look at some of the younger guys that haven’t gotten a lot of minutes,” Hoiberg said.

Timberwolves: Teague has scored at least 15 points in four straight games. … Towns didn’t have a field goal or rebound in the first quarter. … The Wolves announced their 11th sellout of the season. … Minnesota wrapped up the 11th of 15 back-to-back sets this season.


Bulls: Visit the Brooklyn Nets on Monday night.

Timberwolves: At the Sacramento Kings on Monday night.

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You know what happens when a top-tier fantasy player puts together the kind of night DeMarcus Cousins had on Monday, when he erupted for 44 points, 24 rebounds, 10 assists, four steals, five 3-pointers and a block against Chicago?

He moves up to the top of the rankings, that’s what.
Recently I called Cousins the most fun player to have on your fantasy team this season, and what he showed against the Bulls is the reason why — not only is he a terrific scorer and rebounder, but these days he’s also a big-time passer, 3-point shooter, shot-blocker and steals contributor.

Nobody else in the game hits on all those categories to the degree that Cousins has this season — not James Harden, LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Stephen Curry or Kevin Durant — and after a performance like that it’s impossible to rank Cousins anywhere but No. 1 this week.

Harden moves back up to No. 2, one spot ahead of Antetokounmpo, while James and Durant round out the top five.

Russell Westbrook (9) and Damian Lillard (13) make small moves up the rankings after big weeks, while Jrue Holiday (21), Andre Drummond (24), Hassan Whiteside (25), Devin Booker (27) and Rudy Gobert (28) are other notable risers inside the top 30 this week.

Four double-doubles in a row by Steven Adams (61) moves him way up the board, while fellow centers Jusuf Nurkic (64) and Dwight Howard (65) also rise after big weeks.

Kawhi Leonard leads the list of notables to slide in the rankings, dropping to No. 82 as he is again out indefinitely with the same rare tendon issue in his quad that kept him sidelined for the first two-plus months of the season.

The scoring-centric game of Avery Bradley drops him down to No. 130, while Serge Ibaka (110) and Zach Randolph (135) are two other veterans to rank lower after diminished play of late. With the Kings going toward a youth movement midseason, Randolph is in danger of sliding out of the top 150 entirely if his minutes continue to wane over the final part of the season.

New to the list this week are Memphis swingman Dillon Brooks (126), San Antonio’s point-forward Kyle Anderson (127) — who has seven steals and six blocks in the past two games — along with Atlanta center Dewayne Dedmon (137), returning Brooklyn playmaker D’Angelo Russell (147) and rising Portland guard Shabazz Napier (149).

Here is the full list of the updated Top 150:

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1. DeMarcus Cousins, PF/C NO C1
2. James Harden, PG/SG HOU SG1
3. Giannis Antetokounmpo, SF/PF MIL SF1
4. LeBron James, SF/PF CLE SF2
5. Kevin Durant, SF/PF GS SF3
6. Anthony Davis, PF/C NO PF1
7. Karl-Anthony Towns, C MIN C2
8. Jimmy Butler, SG/SF MIN SG2
9. Russell Westbrook, PG OKC PG1
10. Stephen Curry, PG GS PG2
11. Chris Paul, PG HOU PG3
12. Victor Oladipo, SG IND SG3
13. Damian Lillard, PG POR PG4
14. Kristaps Porzingis, PF NY PF2
15. Kyrie Irving, PG BOS PG5
16. Draymond Green, SF/PF/C GS SF4
17. Nikola Jokic, PF/C DEN PF3
18. Klay Thompson, SG GS SG4
19. John Wall, PG WAS PG6
20. Paul George, SF OKC SF5
21. Jrue Holiday, PG NO PG7
22. Joel Embiid, C PHI C3
23. Marc Gasol, C MEM C4
24. Andre Drummond, C DET C5
25. Hassan Whiteside, PF/C MIA PF4
26. Khris Middleton, SG/SF MIL SF6
27. Devin Booker, SG PHX SG5
28. Rudy Gobert, C UTA C6
29. DeMar DeRozan, SG TOR SG6
30. Al Horford, C BOS C7
31. Kemba Walker, PG CHA PG8
32. CJ McCollum, PG/SG POR PG9
33. Bradley Beal, SG WAS SG7
34. Lou Williams, PG/SG LAC PG10
35. LaMarcus Aldridge, PF SA PF5
36. Kyle Lowry, PG TOR PG11
37. Lauri Markkanen, PF CHI PF6
38. Ben Simmons, PG/PF PHI PF7
39. Isaiah Thomas, PG CLE PG12
40. Blake Griffin, PF LAC PF8
41. Aaron Gordon, SF/PF ORL PF9
42. Tyreke Evans, SG/SF MEM SF7
43. Donovan Mitchell, SG UTA SG8
44. Kris Dunn, PG CHI PG13
45. Gary Harris, SG DEN SG9
46. Kevin Love, PF/C CLE PF10
47. Myles Turner, PF IND PF11
48. Eric Bledsoe, PG MIL PG14
49. Enes Kanter, C NY C8
50. Clint Capela, C HOU C9
51. Dennis Schroder, PG ATL PG15
52. Kent Bazemore, SG/SF ATL SG10
53. Jayson Tatum, SF/PF BOS SF8
54. Robert Covington, SF/PF PHI PF12
55. Thaddeus Young, SF/PF IND SF9
56. Otto Porter Jr., SF/PF WAS SF10
57. DeAndre Jordan, C LAC C10
58. Nikola Mirotic, PF CHI PF13
59. Tobias Harris, SF/PF DET PF14
60. Harrison Barnes, SF DAL SF11
61. Steven Adams, C OKC C11
62. Jeff Teague, PG MIN PG16
63. Zach LaVine, PG/SG CHI PG17
64. Jusuf Nurkic, PF/C POR PF15
65. Dwight Howard, C CHA C12
66. Goran Dragic, PG MIA PG18
67. Dario Saric, SF/PF PHI SF12
68. Jamal Murray, PG DEN PG19
69. Evan Fournier, SG/SF ORL SG11
70. Will Barton, SG/SF DEN SG12
71. Eric Gordon, SG HOU SG13
72. Darren Collison, PG IND PG20
73. Taj Gibson, PF/C MIN PF16
74. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, SF BKN SF13
75. Josh Richardson, SG/SF MIA SG14
76. Spencer Dinwiddie, PG BKN PG21
77. Dennis Smith Jr., PG/SG DAL PG22
78. TJ Warren, SF PHX SF14
79. Julius Randle, PF/C LAL PF17
80. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG LAL SG15
81. Kyle Kuzma, SF/PF LAL PF18
82. Kawhi Leonard, SF SA SF15
83. Wesley Matthews, SG DAL SG16
84. Caris LeVert, SG/SF/PF BKN PF19
85. Carmelo Anthony, SF/PF OKC SF16
86. Taurean Prince, SF ATL SF17
87. Joe Ingles, SG/SF/PF UTA PF20
88. Lonzo Ball, PG LAL PG23
89. Andrew Wiggins, SG/SF MIN SG17
90. Pau Gasol, PF/C SA PF21
91. Malcolm Brogdon, PG/SG MIL SG18
92. Courtney Lee, SG NY SG19
93. Nicolas Batum, SG/SF CHA SF18
94. Bismack Biyombo, C ORL C13
95. James Johnson, SF MIA SF19
96. E’Twaun Moore, SG NO SG20
97. Ricky Rubio, PG UTA PG24
98. Trevor Ariza, SF HOU SF20
99. Larry Nance Jr., PF LAL PF22
100. Elfrid Payton, PG ORL PG25
101. Domantas Sabonis, PF/C IND PF23
102. Willie Cauley-Stein, C SAC C14
103. Brandon Ingram, SF LAL SF21
104. Rajon Rondo, PG NO PG26
105. Dirk Nowitzki, PF/C DAL PF24
106. Tim Hardaway Jr., SG NY SG21
107. Michael Beasley, SF/PF NY SF22
108. Robin Lopez, C CHI C15
109. De’Aaron Fox, PG SAC PG27
110. Serge Ibaka, PF/C TOR PF25
111. Ish Smith, PG DET PG28
112. Derrick Favors, PF UTA PF26
113. Nikola Vucevic, C ORL C16
114. Bojan Bogdanovic, SG/SF IND SG22
115. Marcin Gortat, C WAS C17
116. Trey Lyles, PF DEN PF27
117. Jaylen Brown, SG/SF BOS SG23
118. Marvin Williams, SF CHA SF23
119. Tyrone Wallace, SG LAC SG24
120. Kelly Olynyk, C MIA C18
121. Justin Holiday, SG/SF CHI SG25
122. Allen Crabbe, SG BKN SG26
123. Kelly Oubre Jr., SF WAS SF24
124. DeMarre Carroll, SF/PF BKN SF25
125. Jarrett Jack, PG NY PG29
126. Dillon Brooks, SG/SF MEM SF26
127. Kyle Anderson, PF SA PF28
128. Markieff Morris, PF WAS PF29
129. Jonas Valanciunas, C TOR C19
130. Avery Bradley, SG DET SG27
131. Ryan Anderson, PF HOU PF30
132. Bogdan Bogdanovic, SG/SF SAC SG28
133. Denzel Valentine, SG/SF CHI SG29
134. Jeremy Lamb, SG/SF CHA SG30
135. Zach Randolph, PF SAC PF31
136. Lance Stephenson, SG/SF IND SG31
137. Dewayne Dedmon, C ATL C20
138. Dwyane Wade, SG/SF CLE SG32
139. Brook Lopez, C LAL C21
140. Al-Farouq Aminu, SF/PF POR SF27
141. Dejounte Murray, PG/SG SA SG33
142. Bobby Portis, PF CHI PF32
143. Marcus Smart, PG/SG BOS PG30
144. Mason Plumlee, PF/C DEN PF33
145. Buddy Hield, SG/SF SAC SG34
146. John Collins, PF/C ATL PF34
147. D’Angelo Russell, PG BKN PG31
148. Wayne Ellington, SG MIA SG35
149. Shabazz Napier, PG/SG POR PG32
150. Jordan Clarkson, PG LAL PG33

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Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert will have his left knee reevaluated in two weeks after suffering a strained posterior cruciate ligament and a bone bruise two weeks ago in Boston, the team announced.

Gobert was checked on Saturday by the Jazz medical staff and is showing progress to make a return.

He suffered the injury during a 107-95 victory over the Boston Celtics on Dec. 15, going to the floor awkwardly after appearing to get rolled into by teammate Derrick Favors early in the first quarter. As he tried to get back to his feet, Gobert fell back to the floor and rolled to his back before clutching his left knee.

Gobert had been expected to miss three to four weeks.

Gobert missed 11 games earlier this season with a bone bruise in his right knee.

The 2017 All-NBA second-team center is averaging 11.6 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game in his fifth NBA season.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Chris Forsberg contributed to this report.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Kemba Walker exhaled loudly as he pulled up a chair and sat down in front of his locker.

“We really needed that win,” Walker said.

Walker had 26 points, Dwight Howard added 16 points and 16 rebounds and the Charlotte Hornets snapped a six-game losing streak with a 102-87 victory over the struggling Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday night.

Walker, who was coming off a 47-point performance in a loss to the Chicago Bulls on Friday night, was 8 of 17 from the field and 6 of 9 from 3-point range despite a sprained wrist. He has made 11 of 17 3-pointers over the past two games.

He said he’s finally regaining his stroke.

“I have been struggling to start the season with shooting the 3, but I am trying to stay positive and confident in my shot,” Walker said. “I just want to continue to be consistent.”

Jeremy Lamb added 17 points for Charlotte.

Meanwhile, the misery continues for the Clippers, who’ve lost eight straight games.

Lou Williams had 25 points, and Blake Griffin added 19, but the Clippers seemed to run out of gas in the fourth quarter on the second night of a back-to-back.

“I thought we were a little worn down tonight to be honest with you,” said Clippers point guard Austin Rivers. “Our effort could’ve been better but guys were just tired.”

Coach Doc Rivers said the Clippers are still trying to find their identity.

The Hornets led 73-71 entering the fourth quarter, but limited the Clippers to 6-of-20 shooting in the fourth quarter while forcing five turnovers.

The Hornets began to pull away midway through the fourth quarter.

Walker extended the lead to eight when knocked down a 3-pointer from the left wing with 3 minutes to play.


Clippers: DeAndre Jordan had 10 points and 14 rebounds. … Shot 8 of 29 from 3-point range.

Hornets: Jeremy Lamb left the game with a right hamstring strain. … Only had one turnover in the first half.

BEVERLY EXPECTED BACK: Austin Rivers said he’s hoping that getting Patrick Beverly back for the team’s next game will give a shot in the arm to a team in need of one.

“It will help because it’s another guard in there, but we’ll figure it out. We’re about 15 games in now, so we’ve got to get this going.”

CHECKING IT OUT: After committing a foul in the second quarter against Jordan, an unhappy Howard grabbed a television monitor located underneath the basket in hands waiting for the replay. Displeased with the call, Howard shook his head and returned to the court to line up for Jordan’s foul shots.

Howard had a funny moment earlier in the game when he accounted for Charlotte’s only first half turnover when he inadvertently passed the ball to a wide open coach Steve Clifford. Clifford didn’t seem to be expecting the rock.

CARTER-WILLIAMS PLAYS MORE: Michael Carter-Williams returned after not playing in the last two games and logged 14 minutes.
That came at the expense of rookie Malik Monk, who did not play.

“We’ve been waiting for him to get his conditioning up and get up to speed on everything,” Hornets coach Steve Clifford said. “You lose six in a row, the defense has been bad — and it’s not Malik’s fault — it’s just that’s his position and you could see tonight he’s a difference maker defensively, that’s his strength. We’ve struggled with ball pressure.”

Monk could see more time in Lamb can’t play against the Timberwolves.


Clippers: At New York on Monday night.

Hornets: Host Minnesota on Monday night.

Check out the team sites for the LA Clippers and the Charlotte Hornets for more game coverage.

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Ben Simmons is “doing whatever he wants to” on a basketball court according to teammate Joel Embiid – and Philadelphia are reaping the rewards from it.

The Australian scored a career high 23 points as the 76ers survived a late Dallas charge to prevail 112-110, for their second win of the NBA season.

The 21-year-old added seven rebounds and eight assists in a performance highlighted by a right-handed put-back jam in the fourth quarter as the Sixers won on the road to improve their season record to 2-4.

Embiid, who had 23 points and nine rebounds himself, was lavish in praise of his teammate.
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“There’s still a lot of stuff we need to work on, but he doesn’t look like a rookie out there – he’s just playing basketball,” Embiid said of Simmons.

“He looks like a vet out there. He’s just doing whatever he wants to.”

Coach Brett Brown said Simmons was his side’s everywhere man.

“Look at Ben Simmons’ numbers…how he impacts a game, all over the place,” said Brown. “Tonight, he was a four-man, a three-man, a point guard. He switched out on effectively everybody, and just beats up on a stat sheet like we see, that’s a hell of a game.”

Dallas had a chance to tie the game with 0.2 seconds remaining with Yogi Ferrell at the free throw line, but the guard missed the first attempt and Dallas couldn’t score on a rebound after he intentionally missed the second.

Harrison Barnes had a game high 25 points for the Mavs.

Simmons’ fellow Australian Joe Ingles had 13 points, five rebounds and four assists as Utah beat the Los Angeles Lakers 96-81.

Donovan Mitchell (22 points) and Ricky Rubio (21 points) led the Jazz while Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball struggled with just nine points on three of 10 shooting.

Boomers big man Aron Baynes had six points and five rebounds in Boston’s 96-90 win over Miami, with Kyrie Irving scoring nine of his 24 points in the final 2:03min.

“Just big possessions down the stretch (and) understanding you have to stay poised,” Irving said.

Jayson Tatum scored 20 and Marcus Smart added 16 for the Celtics, who made it four wins on the trot after two losses to start their season.

A DeMarcus Cousins triple-double, of 29 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists, and 30 points from Anthony Davis helped New Orleans beat Cleveland 123-101.

“We’re locked in as a unit. We feel like we can battle with the best of them. We’re starting to understand what it takes to win games,” Cousins said.

Saturday’s other winners were Oklahoma City Thunder, Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers and Detroit Pistons.