STATION 13: In The Clutch With Luke Ridnour
Luke Ridnour was aware of the clock and timed this play perfectly
The Minnesota Timberwolves were down 13 points - 77-64 - to start the fourth quarter last night against the Utah Jazz.
The T-Wolves struggled to find rhythm throughout the first three quarters, as their low point output suggests.
Then the fourth quarter came around and Minnesota put up a stunning 36 points on their opposition, which led to being tied and taking the ball out of bounds with 7 seconds remaining.
Luke Ridnour inbounded the ball to J.J. Barea, who took a few dribbles left before pasing back Ridnour in the center of the floor.
Ridnour drove left, used a slight hesitation dribble to get by his defender and lofted a sweet floater high into the Minnesota sky and the Timberwolves stole the game from the Jazz by the score of 100-98.