The Minnesota Timberwolves are off to an amazing start, as they are 10-3 for the first time ever in their franchise's history. They have an elite defense, as their defensive net rating constantly hovers near the top five. They were first in defensive net rating just a few games ago.
The offense has a spark, as Karl-Anthony Towns has taken over the scoring load from what Anthony Edwards did at the beginning of the year. In the first few games of the season, Edwards was the guy in terms of scoring. He was taking over in the fourth quarter and even overtime.
Now it's been KAT, which is great. The offense has shown they can win games in multiple ways. Those two guys are players they drafted and developed. They have developed fairly well over the last five or six years. And it's almost time to do the same with the guys they just drafted.
On Tuesday, the day before their matchup with the Philadelphia 76ers, the Timberwolves decided to recall two of their young studs from the G League. Here is what the Minnesota Timberwolves PR team tweeted out about two guys who could be active on Wednesday:
NEWS: Timberwolves recall forward Leonard Miller and guard Wendell Moore Jr. from G League affiliate the Iowa Wolves. Miller and Moore Jr. will be available for tomorrow night's game against Philadelphia.
The Timberwolves drafted Miller this last draft, and he has been in the G League pretty much all year. He is still a very raw prospect, as he went to the G League ignite instead of college last season.
As for Moore, he was drafted last year, played in 29 games with the Wolves last year, and has yet to play in a game this year. He was recalled as well and could play very well on Wednesday. We will have to wait and see.