Houston Rockets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 4-23-2018 - Prediction & Preview

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During the regular season KAT scored 21.3 points per game, good for 24th in the National Basketball Association.

Meanwhile, the Minnesota Timberwolves looked pretty hopeless at times in the first two games of the series but they took a stand with an impressive effort in Game 3.

The T-Wolves outrebounded the Rockets, 41-39.

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It may seem harsh, but guard James Harden didn't dispute the assessment, agreeing that the team hasn't been in rhythm for a while.

Down 2-1, the Timberwolves are +600 on the Sports Interaction series line with Houston at -2000. The Thunder are the more talented team and, with renewed focus, I expect them to even the series. Trailing 2-1, it's safe to say that the team's ability to win the series will either be renewed or wither completely with the result of Monday night's Game 4. Teague notched 23 points and eight assists, while Wiggins went for 20 points, five rebounds and five assists.

Timberwolves Andrew Wiggins and Jeff Teague answer the media after the game. Four starters had three or more assists seven players had multiple assists. Clint Capela, who was big in the first two games, finished with seven points and 11 rebounds.

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It's amusing how one game can completely change a playoff series as the Rockets would've had one eye on the next round after winning so easily in Games 1 and 2. The Rockets are averaging 106 points per 100 possessions during the first-round series, a mediocre number.

"We've just got to make sure we're rallying everybody else around us and making sure that they're in good spirits and always confident in their shot". It's unlikely that Minnesota will shoot as well from the perimeter as they did in Game 3.

Rockets superstar and leading NBA MVP candidate James Harden who was described by Turner Network Television (TNT) analyst Charles Barkley as unguardable, topscored for the Rockets with 29 points 9-for-21 from the field and 3-for-8 from 3-point arc. Houston shot the ball a little better in Game 3, but they allowed Minnesota to shoot 50 percent from the floor and 55.6 percent from beyond the arc.

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