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Why we’re betting on Anthony Edwards

The 20-year-old is ready to make Timberwolves basketball relevant.

Matt Ellentuck

Content Producer, GS
@mellentuck

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Do you want to know how old Anthony Edwards was the last time the Timberwolves made the playoffs? Well, he was 17. But the time before that? The team’s second-leading scorer was literally 3. That’s how much this franchise has struggled!

 

There’s no understating how important earning the No. 1 pick in 2020 was for Minnesota. Aside from the franchise needing someone funny enough to fill up an eight-minute YouTube video with media banter that included a desire to learn the Irish accent, Karl-Anthony Towns needed help putting the ball in the basket 🙃

 

Quickly, it became apparent Towns had found his co-star. As a rookie, it took all of 30 NBA games for Edwards to throw down a dunk like this 🔨 

 

Now, in just his second year, he’s ready to prove he can make Timberwolves basketball relevant again in the BIGGEST game of his career. Tonight, Minnesota hosts the Los Angeles Clippers in the Western Conference’s first play-in game of the season. Should the Wolves win, they’ll earn the No. 7 seed and make the playoffs for just a third time since 2004. 

 

We’re ready to see Ant-Man ball out, which is why our Bet of the Day is for Edwards to score OVER 22.5 points against Paul George’s Clips. 

 

🥳 Betting on Anthony Edwards to score OVER 22.5 points is fun because…

 

  • He has a superstar highlight reel at 20 years old lol, he’s a must-watch talent 
  • Good luck to the Clippers, but Minny fans deserve nice things on the court for once!
  • He’s the future of the NBA. This is just the start of his greatness 

🧐 Betting on Anthony Edwards to score OVER 22.5 points is smart because…

 

  • In his last game against the Clippers, he poured in 28 points on 11-of-17 shooting!
  • For his career, he averages 20 points against LAC. With playoffs at stake, he’s sure to command more of the offense than usual
  • He’s averaging 21.3 points per game this season, but 23.5 against the Clippers. They haven’t figured out how to stop him yet!

 

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