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Josh Minott has filled up the stat sheets, he's had more than a couple of clips go viral and he's proven during the NBA Summer League that he was worthy of being selected higher than the No. 45 overall pick in the draft.

On Thursday in Las Vegas against the Brooklyn Nets he kept the good vibes rolling even though the Minnesota Timberwolves lost 102-83 to the Brooklyn Nets.

The former Memphis product poured in 14 points and chimed in with 12 rebounds for Minnesota. Seven of his rebounds came on the offensive glass for the Wolves.

Wendell Moore, the No. 26 overall pick by Minnesota, had 16 points on 5-for-11 shooting from the field.

Minnesota trailed by 13 points at the break and made a brief push in the third quarter but the Nets put the hammer down in the fourth, pulling away to win by 19 points.

The Wolves dropped to 1-3 at Summer League in the loss and will play one last game in Las Vegas Saturday at 4 p.m. against the Charlotte Hornets.

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