Des Moines, Iowa – The Iowa Wolves (14-24) held off the Stockton Kings (21-14) Monday evening at Wells Fargo Arena, winning 136-130 in overtime.
Tonight’s victory marked the Wolves fifth straight home win dating back to Feb. 1. Iowa is now 2-0 in overtime victories in the month of February.
The 136-point total marked a season-high for the Wolves.
The guard tandem of Darius Johnson-Odom and Jonathan Stark led the Wolves with 24 points apiece, each making nine shots from the field in the win.
The back-and-forth game included 17 lead changes and 16 tied scores, including the end of regulation.
Denver Nuggets transfer Brandon Goodwin finished with 22 points, including a team-high four three-pointers made in his home debut for Iowa.
NBA veteran Hakim Warrick posted 20 points off 6-of-10 shooting from the field and has averaged 26.3 points in his last three contests.
All but one player in tonight’s lineup scored in double figures for Iowa.
Two-way guard Troy Williams secured a team-high 29 points on 10-of-21 shooting from the floor for the Kings. Forward Anthony Walker posted his first double-double of the NBA G League season, finishing with 12 points and 10 rebounds.