Karl-Anthony Towns scored a franchise-record 62 points in a 128-125 loss by the Minnesota Timberwolves to the Charlotte Hornets.
Towns had 44 points in the first half, but scored just four points on 2-for-10 shooting in the fourth quarter.
Chris Finch lit into his team after the game, calling it an "absolute disgusting performance of defense and immature basketball." Finch went on to criticize how the Timberwolves responded to Towns' hot start, saying they stopped looking to make the right play.
"I mean there's lots of times when, just because you've scored two or three or four points in a row, or baskets in a row ... you know obviously we're going to try to feed a hot hand, look for a hot hand, but at some point we got to get back to making the right play, we got to get back to doing the right things," Finch said.
Towns finished 21-for-35 from the floor and 10-for-15 on three-pointers.