Rudy Gobert Was Upset Because No One Passed Him The Ball And Then Karl-Anthony Towns Responded By Assisting Him For Easy Points

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By Ishaan Bhattacharya Karl-Anthony Towns showed great leadership by including Rudy Gobert in the offense after the center was getting frustrated. The Minnesota Timberwolves made a massive trade in the offseason that saw the team push its chips into the middle of the pot and acquire Rudy Gobert from the Utah Jazz. Gobert is a generational defensive player and was supposed to be the ideal center for Karl-Anthony Towns to play a bigger offensive role. The fit has looked clunky and awkward so far, with Gobert’s arrival specifically impeding Anthony Edwards. There is tension around the team alread…

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