146 points. I believe that is the most this year, so far. And I’m excited that for a moment, the Warriors are on top for something. Maybe it was the lack of defense the struggling Wolves were displaying and a combination of being at home where all things click. But at the end of the day, the Warriors got a “W” and beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 146-105. Kelenna Azubuike led the Warriors with 31 points, followed by Anthony Randolph with 23 and Anthony Morrow with 20. Stephen Jackson only had 10 points, but had a career high 15 assists and 4 steals. Monta Ellis finished with 18 and rookie Stephen Curry finished 8. Numbers wise, it wasn’t a bad night at all. Everyone that got in the game scored at least one basket. As I was watching a bit of the game, things seem to flow nicely for the Warriors. It was a good feeling for Warrior fans last night as the team shot 57% from the field, 52% beyond the three and only 78% from the free throw line. Maybe the Warriors can keep up this kind of intensity all the time and we can win at least a third of the season! Let’s start praying!