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Karl-Anthony Towns Doesn’t Hold Back His Thoughts On Anthony Edwards

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The Minnesota Timberwolves are the first NBA team to make their way into the second round of the playoffs, thanks in part to the amazing work of Anthony Edwards.

Following Sunday night’s big win over the Phoenix Suns, Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns was singing the praises of Edwards.

“The future is so bright for him, I gotta put my sunglasses on,” Towns said, according to the NBA on Twitter.

"The future is so bright for him I gotta put my sunglasses on."

KAT praises Anthony Edwards after advancing to Round 2 of the #NBAPlayoffs presented by Google Pixel 🗣

— NBA (@NBA) April 29, 2024

With an average of 25.9 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 5.1 assists, this has been Edwards’ best season yet.

But he is doing more than the numbers he is producing.

Instead, Edwards has also improved his leadership skills and has been better at working with teammates, defending opponents, and moving around the corner with expert control and speed.

He has been explosive in several ways.

Edwards’ rise has come hand-in-hand with the best Timberwolves season in decades.

Following their sweep in the first round, Minnesota is perhaps the most-feared team in the Western Conference.

Towns and Edwards have fostered a very supportive and close working relationship over the last few years.

There have been rumors about Towns possibly leaving the team soon, but the Timberwolves are going to hold onto Edwards as long as they can.

Expectations were high for Edwards from the moment he entered the NBA as the number one draft pick in 2020.

He has progressed, gotten better, and now just had his greatest season yet.

That is why so many people are celebrating him as the team pushes into the next round of the postseason.

Everyone, from teammates to fans to opponents, can see what Edwards is capable of.

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