Official Minnesota tourism company hilariously adopts Anthony Edwards ‘Bring Ya A**’ catchphrase

Anthony Edwards is known to be the best trash talker in the NBA right now.

Official Minnesota tourism company hilariously adopts Anthony Edwards ‘Bring Ya A**’ catchphrase

Explore Minnesota Tourism used a catchphrase Anthony Edwards said to Charles Barkley after their Game 7 win over the Denver Nuggets

Anthony Edwards has now become the king of trash-talking. At least that is what has transpired over the course of the regular season and the playoffs so far. 

The impact of those words has developed into some of the most viral moments. So much so that the official tourism company of the state of Minnesota adopted some of his words to use as a catchphrase.

Explore Minnesota Tourism is the tourism aggregator and operator for the governing body of Minnesota. Anthony Edwards told Charles Barkley to ‘Bring Ya A**’, when the Hall of Famer suggested that he had not been to Minnesota in 20 years. 

Explore Minnesota decided to use that as their official catchphrase on their website. It is fitting, as Barkley had suggested, that the last time he was in Minnesota was when Kevin Garnett took the Timberwolves to the Western Conference Finals.

That’s when Edwards said that line and even agreed to send Barkley a list of restaurants for him to visit. It was just the perfect setup for the catchphrase. Explore Minnesota Tourism felt that what better timing than to use a phrase that their biggest sporting superstar used to call over a Hall of Famer to visit their state?

Anthony Edwards might have said it out of the exaggerated emotions of winning. But it sure did make an impact. Charles Barkley and his Inside the NBA crew will be in Minnesota to cover the Western Conference Finals.

Anthony Edwards has a chance to create a legacy for himself

The 22-year-old superstar will go up against the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals. He has the chance to make history by leading the team to their first ever NBA Finals. Something even Timberwolves legend Kevin Garnett could not.

The Timberwolves have won three of their four meetings against the Mavericks this season. But that was before the Texas-based team brought in reinforcements before the trade deadline. However, the Timberwolves have shown that they can beat the best of the best. The same goes for the Boston Celtics, who have split games during the regular season.

But it should be noted that both of those games went into overtime. Suggesting that Anthony Edwards and his Minnesota Timberwolves could go all the way. That will possibly give him the keys to the state.

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