Even as the Minnesota Timberwolves are readying for a huge 2023-24 NBA season, there is one player on the Timberwolves roster who exudes confidence. So much so that he has created a shift in the Minnesota Timberwolves’ focus. Now, let’s be clear here, it takes more than a great season to pull the Timberwolves from building the roster to the specifications to help veteran Karl-Anthony Towns.
But All-Star shooting guard Anthony Edwards gives the Timberwolves more than just one great season. He has the talent, the tenacity, and the tempo to unlock a great future for the team. Best of all, even as he is certain of his own abilities, he wants to promote and help his teammates to be the best version of themselves this season.
And that is perhaps why he is the unanimous choice to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves going forward. He has carried this team on his back in the 2022-23 NBA season. Now, he wants to raise the bar and lift his teammates up to new heights:
And he just may be able to do it.
Dominoes will fall the right way in 2023-24
There were plenty of dominoes that fell the wrong way last season. The funny thing is that it doesn’t feel as though anyone expects any difference this season. Will the Timberwolves starters still be trying to acclimate to one another a full month into the 2023-24 NBA season? Will the Timberwolves starting point guard suddenly throw up his hands in surrender two months into the season and insist that another player run the floor?
Will the Timberwolves lose so many integral and contributing players to prolonged injuries this season? Perhaps worst of all, will this team lose players to foolish decisions as they prepare to compete in the 2024 NBA Playoffs?
What happens to the Minnesota Timberwolves team if none of those adversities occur this year?
Fortune favors the bold. Novice bicyclists know that as soon as you stop pedaling, you fall off the bike. If you look at your feet, you are bound to stumble. The Minnesota Timberwolves are about to be led by a player who only sees success, not disappointment.
The Minnesota Timberwolves’ luck is about to change. And Anthony Edwards is the reason.