After a horrid shooting during the first half, the San Antonio Spurs made 6-10 three pointers in the final period to overcome a 21 point deficit and avoid an upset from the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Spurs extended their winning streak to 12 games and handed the young Timberwolves another painful loss.
It's now time to look at the numbers that stood out in this Spurs' latest win.
80.6 - San Antonio made 29-36 (80.6%) of their foul shots, while the Timberwolves connected 18-24 (75%) of their free throws.
53 - The Timberwolves crashed the boards and out rebounded the Spurs 53-45.
50 - The Spurs' outside shots weren't falling early, they finished the game 10-32 (31.3%) from the 3-point area. The Timberwolves made 7-14 (50%) of their shots from beyond the arc.
44 - The Timberwolves pounded it on the inside, they outscored the Spurs 44-32 on inside points.
32 - Kevin Love had a game-high 32 points and 22 rebounds.
26 - Manu Ginobili led the Spurs 26 points, six rebounds, six assists, two steals and one block shot.
22 - Darko Milicic had another great night, he had 22 points, eight boards and five blocks but committed seven turnovers.
19 - Richard Jefferson continues to contribute for the Spurs, he added 19 points, four rebounds and two assists.
14 - Manu Ginobili scored 14 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Spurs from a 21 point deficit.
13 - The Spurs took care of the ball once again, they only had 13 turnovers compared to 18 by the Timberwolves.
12 - George Hill had a solid effort from the bench, he had 12 points, five rebounds and one assists in 25 minutes of action.
11 - The Spurs held Timberwolves' leading scorer Michael Beasley to just 11 points on 5-12 shooting from the field.
9 - Tim Duncan was totally outplayed by Love and Milicic inside the paint, he only scored nine points but added 13 boards and three assists in 30 minutes of playing time.
0 - Tony Parker and Jefferson did not commit a single turnover for the entire game.
Rookie Watch: Gary Neal scored six points including three free throws to force overtime. Tiago Splitter had six points, four rebounds, one block and a steal in 22 minutes of action.
What's Next? The Spurs will host the Dallas Mavericks at the AT&T Center in San Antonio on Friday.
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