Karl-Anthony Towns has been on a good Timberwolves team that didn't last long because personality clashes got in the way of building a sustainable winner.
Towns heads into this offseason liking what he saw down the stretch, as the Wolves ended 16-25 under Chris Finch after a 7-24 start under Ryan Saunders.
After injuries and COVID-19 got in the way, Towns finally got to play alongside D'Angelo Russell, and the two went 11-9 in 20 games they played together over the last six weeks.
The emergence of Anthony Edwards from struggling rookie to potential franchise cornerstone has Towns excited like everyone else associated with the team. During his season-ending video conference Monday, Towns, citing Magic Johnson, said the Wolves can't get in each other's way as they get better.