For the second time in three days, coach Fred Hoiberg subtly questioned LaVine’s shot selection.
“We showed him good examples of when he did attack the switch and he’s got to get to the rim or make a play for a teammate by drawing the defense and kicking out for an open 3.
After taking a 97-96 lead on two free throws from Nikola Mirotic, who scored 14 of his 18 in the fourth, Julius Randle stole the ball from Markkanen in the post and converted a three-point play in transition.
Markkanen missed a 3-point heave to beat the shot clock and Brandon Ingram sank a jumper.
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