Minneapolis-St. Paul – T-Wolves Gaming, the official NBA 2K League affiliate of the Minnesota Timberwolves, finished group stage play with a 1-3 record in four games, two against Cavs Legion GC and two against Hornets Venom GT.
In two games against Cavs Legion GC, Michael “BearDaBeast” Key finished with 25 points in Game 1 and 16 points in Game 2. Mihad “FEAST” Feratovic started Game 1 with a double-double in the first half and ended with 14 points and 17 rebounds. In Game 2 he bested his previous outing, scoring 20 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Josiah “JoJo” Oetjen made his 2020 season debut scoring 14 points and dishing out three assists in Game 1 of the matchup against Cavs Legion GC.
In their final two games of the group stage, T-Wolves Gaming split the series against the Hornets 1-1. BearDaBeast tallied 29 points and dished out seven assists in Game 1 and notched a game-high 42 points in Game 2. FEAST added double-doubles in both games, highlighted by his 14 points and 28 rebounds in Game 2 and 16 points and 17 rebounds in Game 1. JoJo notched another double-digit game with 17 points and he also recorded five assists and three steals.
T-Wolves Gaming will return to regular season play next week. Information regarding the remainder of T-Wolves Gaming’s schedule for the 2020 NBA 2K season will be released during the week.
ABOUT T-Wolves Gaming:
T-Wolves Gaming is the NBA 2K League Defending Champion and one of 23 esports teams competing in the NBA 2K League founded by the NBA and Take-Two Interactive Software. The NBA 2K League affiliate of the Minnesota Timberwolves, T-Wolves Gaming draws inspiration from the Timberwolves pack mentality and aspiration for team excellence that will propel a new generation of esports fans and players. T-Wolves Gaming trains at the state-of-the-art T-Wolves Gaming Training Center at Mayo Clinic Square in downtown Minneapolis.