Anthony Edwards reveals ‘Killer’ mindset after blowing out Bulls courtesy to smashing franchise record of 150 points

Anthony Edwards reveals ‘Killer’ mindset after blowing out Bulls courtesy to smashing franchise record of 150 points

Anthony Edwards

Anthony Edwards is a special talent and nobody understands it better than the Minnesota Timberwolves organization and the fans. There has been noise for finally giving Anthony the Timberwolves’ keys. The young man can score anywhere from the field and can give his fans a highlight dunk on any given night. To sum it up, Anthony Edwards is box office. 

Edwards does not shy away from performing at the biggest stages and that certainly was on display against the Chicago Bulls, as the Timberwolves embarrassed them in Target Center by scoring 150 points on them. Ant-Man scored team-high 37 points to lead his team to a 150-126 victory over the Bulls.

Being a great player is just not what Edwards has in his bag. He is easily one of the top tough-minded players in the league at only 21 years of age. When he was asked what was his mindset entering the game against the Bulls, “Murder, murder, kill, kill. That’s it,” Edwards said on Bally Sports North. 

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Anthony Edwards and D’Angelo Russell inspire Timberwolves’ massive victory against Chicago Bulls

Anthony Edwards

The Timberwolves came into the game shorthanded without their stars Rudy Gobert and Karl-Anthony Towns. However, that was not to deter Edwards from turning into a scoring machine. Anthony led his team in scoring and ended the game with 37 points. He scored efficiently shooting 13 of 25 shots from the field and 4 of 11 from beyond the arc. 

In a high-scoring game against the Chicago Bulls, other Minnesota players also stepped up; as their next star in line D’Angelo Russell, who had missed the last two games, scored 28 crucial points. Nathan Knight was another player who scored 16 points for the Timberwolves.  

Edwards came to the league already as a talented scorer but since joining the NBA his scoring efficiency has increased every single season. Being just 21 years old he has enormous time left to take his game to another level. Minnesota shot 65% overall from the field and also shot 53.5% from 3, connecting on a season-high 23 triples. This might not sustain every night but this certainly is a good sign for Minnesota moving forward.

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