Looking to win big? The Nuggets and Timberwolves face off at 8:00 ET on BSN. The Timberwolves are hosting the game at Target Center in Minneapolis, MN. The Nuggets are the favored team in this Northwest divisional contest against the Timberwolves. The game’s over/under currently sits at 223.5 points.


The Pick: Minnesota Timberwolves +3

This game will be played at Target Center at 8:00 ET on Wednesday, November 1st.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 109-108 in favor of the Timberwolves.
  • Our projections have Anthony Edwards finishing with Anthony Edwards points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists.
  • From the field, we have the Timberwolves finishing with a field goal percentage of 50.6% and knocking down 12 threes.

Do the Nuggets Have a Shot at a Win at Minneapolis?

In their most recent game, the Nuggets emerged victorious against the Utah Jazz with a score of 110-102, bringing their season record to 4-0.

Against Utah, the Nuggets were led by Nikola Jokic, who scored 27 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and dished out 11 assists. Aaron Gordon also made a significant contribution with 21 points and 7 rebounds. Denver’s field goal percentage stood at an impressive 56%, with 38 successful shots out of 56 attempts from two-point range and 9 successful shots out of 28 attempts from three-point range.

In their most recent game, the Denver Nuggets had a free throw shooting percentage of 41%, making 7 out of 17 attempts. From the field, they had a shooting percentage of 56%, while their three-point shooting percentage was 32%. Furthermore, they achieved 32 assists, 7 offensive rebounds, and committed 12 turnovers.

On defense vs. the Jazz, the Nuggets forced 12 turnovers, blocked 8 shots, and allowed 102 points. Denver’s defensive performance was notable for their ability to force turnovers and block shots, which ultimately limited the offensive output of the Jazz.

Do the Timberwolves Have a Shot at a Home Win?

Most recently, the Timberwolves faced off against the Hawks, resulting in a defeat with a final score of 127-113. As a result, the Timberwolves’ season record is now 1-2.

Leading the Timberwolves against the Hawks, Anthony Edwards scored 31 points, converting 13 out of 21 field goal attempts and 5 out of 8 three-point attempts. Karl-Anthony Towns was the second highest scorer with 16 points, making 7 out of 17 field goal attempts and 1 out of 3 three-point attempts.

Offensively, the Minnesota Timberwolves in their most recent game recorded 5 steals, an effective field goal percentage of 57.8%, and a possessions/pace of 95.69. They also had 10 offensive rebounds, 28 defensive rebounds, 24 assists, 5 blocked shots, 10 turnovers, 44 field goal shots, 48.9% field goal percentage, 49.1% two point field goal percentage, 16/33 three point field goal percentage, 60% free throw percentage, and 9/15 free throw shooting.

On the defensive end of the floor, the Timberwolves showcased their performance by allowing 127 points, achieving 5 steals, and forcing 10 turnovers in their game against the Hawks. Additionally, they secured 28 defensive rebounds and made 5 blocked shots.