Minnesota Timberwolves

Karl-Anthony Towns might be the best participant discussed up to now, especially when accounting for the fact he is still just 23 years old.
He’s about to average at least 21 points and 12 rebounds for the third time in four seasons. Only 15 players throughout NBA history have done so often. Add a nightly triple into the mix, and it’s four total for every other player present and past and Towns with three such seasons. This is volume splashing, either. Since the beginning of 2016-17, his 39.8 three-point percent is 14th greatest among gamers with 300-plus makes.
Coming out of the All-Star fracture, Towns has established himself into the stratosphere. Over his past seven states, he’s averaged 35.1 points, 14.1 rebounds and 3.4 assists while shooting 59.7 percent from the field and 48.9 percent from range.
“It’s only greatness,” Timberwolves rookie Josh Okogie said, per The Athletic’s Jon Krawczynski. “We’re all seeing it.”
But the challenge of Minnesota is finding someone who will ascend alongside Towns. Andrew Wiggins is a volume scorer paid like a superstar. The rest of the roster is comprised of vets or kids who figure to best out as part players.
It is hard to tell Towns will find the help he or she needs, unless this front office aces a mid-first-round selection.

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