Karl-Anthony Towns scores Timberwolves record 62 in loss

Karl-Anthony Towns sets a franchise record with 62 points, including 44 in the first half.

Despite Towns' outstanding performance, the Charlotte Hornets stage a comeback and win 128-125.

Towns surpasses his previous career-best of 60 points, now owning the top three scoring outputs in Timberwolves' history.

Towns manages only four points in the fourth quarter, contributing to the Timberwolves being outscored 36-18.

Timberwolves head coach Chris Finch criticizes the team's defensive lapses and calls it an "absolute disgusting performance of defense and immature basketball.

Coach Finch emphasizes the team's need to make the right plays and show maturity on the court, especially in response to Towns' hot start.

Towns expresses disappointment in the loss, stressing the team's focus should be on winning rather than individual accomplishments.

In the first half, Towns goes 14-for-17 from the field and 8-of-9 from 3-point range, narrowly missing the NBA record for 3-pointers in a half.

Miles Bridges and Brandon Miller lead the Hornets' comeback, ending their seven-game loss streak and securing a crucial victory.

Despite Towns' historic night, the Timberwolves face a two-game losing streak. Coach Finch emphasizes the need to learn from mistakes, mature as a team, and focus on future victories.