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Timberwolves Film Room: A Horns Triumph

Throughout the season, the Minnesota Timberwolves have consistently disappointed on the offensive end. Sure, they can absolutely fall back on the excuse that franchise pillars Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell have only managed to feature side-by-side in two games, or that 3-point sniper Malik Beasley was suspended for 12 games, or that Anthony Edwards understandably took time to find his feet as a boy in a man’s league. Still, the fact is they haven’t been consistent enough to warrant any kind of praise on that end.

The team has pushed their offensive rating (points per 100 possessions) from 105.