Veteran point guard Mo Williams scorched the Indiana Pacers in the Minnesota Timberwolves’ 110-101 win on Tuesday night, putting up a career-high 52 points.
The 32-year old point guard, well-known for his scoring ability, shot 19-33 from the field during the evening, including 6-11 from the three point line and 8-9 from the free throw line.
“When you are in the zone, you don’t know the magnitude of the game,” Williams said. “I am glad to put on a show.”
Williams’ 52-point performance was not only an individual mark for the veteran, but was also the most points in a single game from any player this season, as well as a franchise record and highest-scoring game by an opponent in Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
“I was telling C.J. Watson during the game, I said, ‘There was nothing you are going to do today, don’t even worry about it,” Williams said.
Williams is currently the starting point guard for the Timberwolves, averaging 12.4 ppg and 6.6 assists.