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MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES

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The decisions the franchise must make this offseason could alter its trajectory, for better or worse, for years to come
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The decision was made by Bally Sports, with the backing of the Timberwolves
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Towns delivered perhaps his best season to date, averaging 24.6 points and 9.8 rebounds a game, shooting 53 percent from the field and 41 percent from deep. Towns also had his best season on defense, where he was asked to play pick and rolls at the level, challenging ball handlers on the perimeter.
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The two will train together this offseason

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Unlike the last time Minnesota reached the playoffs in 2018 — this exit feels more like a beginning than an end
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Patrick Beverley conceded that Russell “could have ended better.”
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The Wolves led by 10 early in the fourth quarter before falling 114-106 to get bounced from the playoffs
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series was essentially determined by which team was not more talented — that might have been the Timberwolves — but mentally and physically tougher. That was the Grizzlies, in a knockout.
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The 28-year-old played in 69 games for the Wolves during the regular season and has appeared in every playoff game
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“We honestly think it should be 4-1 right now,” Beasley said. “We should be resting, just like Golden State.”

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Friday will show if they learn from them
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The key now is for the play to match the attitude. Luckily for Minnesota, when the games matter most, it usually does.
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A team that outscored its opponents by 2.7 points per 100 possessions in the regular season finished with a negative net rating in clutch time this season

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