most likely to make an M V p of lead this season.
Karl Anthony towns in terms of offensive talent talent, says the most ability of any big man in the NBA.
And, yes, that includes even Joel Embiid and Nicole Yokich.
Did you know that? Town's averaged 24 points and 12 rebounds a game last season while shooting 52% from the field and 40% from three? I mean, the dude nearly joined the 50 40 90 club last year as a seven foot center.
For whatever reason, though, Towns always seems to start off every season slowly and then decides to turn into prime archaeological on for the second half of the year.
During the first half of last season, he averaged 22 points and 12 rebounds per game.
During the second half, he upped that to 27 13 the year before 20 and 12 in the first half, 22 13 and second half year before that.
22 12 in the first half in second half, 28 13 and then even his rookie year 16 and 10 in the first half and 2111 in the second half.
Are we ever gonna get second half pounds for an entire season? My answer is yes.
I think that this is the year.
Towns turns into a perennial N V p candidate and surprises everybody by leading the T Wolves to a playoff spot in a real Western Conference.
This will be the first season where everything is about towns in Minnesota.
He won't have Tom Thibodeau running him into the ground like an antiquated high school coach.
And he won't have to contend with Jimmy Butler taking over the offense and challenging everyone's manhood on a daily basis instead of love.
The entire offense revolving around him, depending on him to put up 28 12 every night.
But also the bevy of toughening defenders like Bob Covington, Jared Culver and Josh A.
Coke E doing all the dirty work inspiring his energy on defense.
The opportunity will be there for towns to assert himself.
It's one of the NBA's best players.
The question will be deceived.
The dog on him to make it happen