The Minnesota Timberwolves have improved their record on the season to 2-1 thanks to a win against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night, but many people believe their second win of the campaign came in controversial fashion. With four seconds remaining on the clock, Carmelo Anthony had scored a three-pointer to put the Thunder up 113-112, meaning the Timberwolves had to respond quickly in order to stop them from winning the game. They did exactly that, as thanks to a screen by Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins was able to pick up possession of the ball in his half, dribble it close to Oklahoma's three-point line, and score a three-pointer as time expired to give Minnesota a 115-113 win on the night.