Timberwolves pull away from Trail Blazers late

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(Portland, OR) -- The Timberwolves took control in the fourth quarter of their 121-109 win over the Portland Trail Blazers at Moda Center.

The Wolves trailed by two early in the frame before going on a 27-6 run to put the game away. Anthony Edwards poured in 41 points during the victory, while Nickeil Alexander-Walker finished with 18 off the bench. The Wolves remain in first place in the Western Conference at 38-16.

Minnesota takes on the Blazers again on Thursday night.