Wolves Survive Dallas! Edwards and Towns Shine in Game 4 Thriller to Stay Alive in Conference Finals

Dallas, Texas – The Timberwolves face off against the Mavericks in Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference finals tonight, with Dallas currently holding a 3-0 series lead. Staff writer Chris Hine will be providing live reports from American Airlines Arena.

The Wolves managed to secure a crucial 105-100 victory over the Mavericks in Game 4, allowing them to stay alive in the series and avoid elimination. Karl-Anthony Towns and Anthony Edwards delivered standout performances, with Edwards contributing 29 points and Towns adding 25 points before fouling out in the final minutes.

Despite the Mavericks making a late push, the Wolves managed to maintain their lead, with Edwards hitting a pivotal shot to secure the win. Towns and Edwards outperformed Dallas’ Luke Doncic and Kyrie Irving, propelling the Wolves to victory.

Throughout the game, both Towns and Gobert found themselves in foul trouble, but the decision to keep them on the court paid off as Towns made significant contributions down the stretch. The Wolves defense managed to contain Doncic and Irving, limiting their impact on the game.

Heading into the fourth quarter, the Wolves held a five-point lead, with Towns racking up fouls but still leading the team in scoring. Despite the challenges, the Wolves maintained their composure and secured a crucial win to extend the series.

In the first half, foul trouble plagued Towns, Edwards, and Gobert, allowing the Mavericks to erase a significant lead and tie the game. However, strong defensive efforts from the Wolves limited Dallas’ shooting efficiency and kept the game competitive.

Throughout the game, the Wolves faced challenges with turnovers and fouls, but managed to stay resilient and maintain a competitive edge against the Mavericks. With Game 5 set to take place at Target Center, the Wolves will be looking to build on their Game 4 success and continue their fight in the series.