On a night in which he set an NBA record for futility, Tim Hardaway could find consolation in that it did not cost Golden State a victory.
Hardaway missed all 17 shots he tried Friday night at Minneapolis, but Chris Mullin was on his game and the Warriors gained a 106-102 victory in overtime over the Minnesota Timberwolves.
"I'm going to frame this box score," Hardaway said with a laugh. "I had to get an NBA record somehow. I was never 0-for at any level. What can I say?"
Previously, eight players, the most recent, Rodney McCray of Sacramento Nov. 9, 1988, had gone 0 for 15 in a game.