Edwards of the Timberwolves is one of the best players in the playoffs so far.
After three games in the series, he scored 31.7 points per game, ranking third in the league and first in the team.
In the G2 World War I, Edwards scored 41 points in a single game, breaking the record of the highest score in the playoffs in team history.
In addition, he is the fifth player in NBA history to score at least 40 points or more in the playoffs before the age of 22.
The Timberwolves originally selected Edwards with the top pick in the hope that he could assist Downes.
But what I never expected was that now it was reversed and Downs assisted Edwards.
So far in the series, Downs has only contributed 16 points per game, nearly twice as bad as Edwards.
Buckley publicly stated in the program that the position of the Timberwolves’ boss has changed hands, and Edwards is the better one.
In fact, Edwards proved his ability in the regular season.
During Downs’ injury, he repeatedly contributed to the performance of riding the savior alone and led the team to stay in the top eight of the division.
Being selected as an All-Star is also a recognition of Edwards’ ability, not over-touting, and this is the fact.
For him, it’s only a matter of time before he gets a contract extension with the highest salary during the offseason.
According to the rules, including the bonus, Edwards will sign a five-year maximum salary of $220 million.
Is it worth it? There is no doubt about it.
It is worth mentioning that, according to the team reporter of Timberwolves, if the results are not good this year, the team’s offseason will change greatly.
Because Gaubert spent a lot of draft picks, Downs is likely to be the next trading partner.
Some people inside the Timberwolves think that the combination of Edwards and Gaubert can be successful.
But Gaubert+Downs, or Edwards+Gaubert+Downs, these two combinations will not work.
In other words, Edwards has become the most important non-sale product of the team and the boss. …