SAN ANTONIO -- It was a history-making game last night for Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns, who scored a franchise-record 60 points in a 149-139 win at San Antonio.

The victory pushed Minnesota to ten games over .500 at 40-30 on the season.

Towns says he owes the big night to his teammates:

I appreciate these guys so much because I ain't never been celebrated. You know, I don't know how that feels. You know, so to have kind of people do that when I got 60 was a crazy feeling. Again, 56 it was kind of just treated like another day. I appreciate that. They make these moments special.

The Wolves have won eight of their past nine games and will host the L-A Lakers tomorrow night.

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