Early Sunday in Shanghai, China, basketball fans were treated to a Golden State Warriors' basketball clinic. The team scored a whopping 142 points on their latest opponents. While that may sound like a score achieved against an international squad unfamiliar with NBA players, it was actually against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Here are the latest Warriors vs. Timberwolves NBA preseason game recap with top performers, statistics, and what's up next for these teams.

NBA game recap

In today's big win by the Golden State Warriors, it was Stephen Curry stepping up.

Curry put up 40 points while teammate Klay Thompson added 28 points. Kevin Durant finished with 22 points in the game, giving the trio a total of 90 between them. Curry reportedly hit 13-of-20 field goals, and 6-of-9 of the three-point shots he attempted. Golden State also hit 20 of their three-pointers for an impressive display for the fans in China.

Leading the way in the loss today was Andrew Wiggins for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Wiggins had 19 points but isn't expected to participate in any more NBA preseason games. Karl-Anthony Towns added 16 points for the Wolves, while their newest star Jimmy Butler ended up with 15 in the game.

The USA Today site reported that Golden State shot an impressive 60 percent from the field.

The Warriors were also 61 percent from downtown, hitting 20-of-33 threes they attempted in the game. With the 32-point win, it's certainly shown a preview of what other NBA teams will be on the receiving end of this coming season.

What's up next?

Golden State is now 1-2 for their NBA preseason after today's big win. It displayed much more of what the reigning NBA Champions are capable of as compared to their previous two exhibition games.

Fans will expect more of the same in the coming season. Next up for the Warriors, is a home game on Friday, October 13th against the Sacramento Kings starting at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Minnesota Timberwolves suffer their first loss of the NBA preseason, dropping them to 2-1. This team has also shown some of what they're capable of behind their merging of young stars, new stars, and veteran role players.

There's no reason this team shouldn't reach the playoffs aside from injury issues. The team's preseason is now over and they've got 10 days until their first regular season matchup. Jimmy Butler and the Wolves take on the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, October 18th at 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time.