Karl-Anthony Towns did what we’re expecting him to do and the Wolves are doing what we don’t expect them to do.
With all the losing, it’s easy (and important) to look at what isn’t working. When winning happens, it’s just as easy (and important) to look at what’s going well.
Zach LaVine making big plays, Andrew Wiggins with a big shot, and the clutchmeg from Ricky Rubio. Wolves over Clippers was a breath of fresh air.
What’s it going to look like when Karl-Anthony Towns doesn’t feel like he played like crap?
And it will be glorious.
Sam Mitchell talked to Britt Robson for a great talk so we answer questions about that conversation.
There was bad on “Throwback Night” against the Thunder, but there was also good. We look at both.
Believe it or not, there was more to last night’s victory than just highlight dunks, though I’d argue those were the real stories, because hot damn, they were fun.
Despite the angst, despite the desperation, despite the worry, it’s important to remember that there’s time.
When does a loss get trumped by the learning experiences that come from it? Sam Mitchell thought tonight was one of those games.