Terry Rozier’s big scoring night leads short-handed Hornets past Timberwolves

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Terry Rozier scored 41 points to lead the short-handed Charlotte Hornets past the Minnesota Timberwolves 120-114 Friday at Spectrum Center. Rozier nailed four free throws in the final minute to sustain Charlotte’s lead. The Hornets were missing three players, including starter P.J. Washington, due to protocols related to COVID-19 issues. Rookie LaMelo Ball added 20 points and 11 rebounds as the Hornets improved to 13-14. The Timberwolves (6-20) got 31 points from Malik Beasley, 25 points from Karl-Anthony Towns, and 21 from rookie Anthony Edwards. ——— Short-handed, and follow…

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