‣ The Minnesota Timberwolves have unveiled their Classic Edition jersey to celebrate their 35th anniversary season.
‣ The new jerseys will be worn for a total of 21 matches, including 11 at the Target Center and 10 on the road.
‣ Wolves legend Kevin Garnett believes that both Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns need to share the spotlight for the team to succeed in the upcoming season.
Kevin Garnett speaking nothing but facts about Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns 🗣️
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The Minnesota Timberwolves recently unveiled their new Classic Edition jersey to commemorate their 35th anniversary season. The team will don these jerseys for a total of 21 games, with 11 being played at the Target Center and the remaining 10 on the road. Fans can look forward to exciting matchups, such as the game against the Los Angeles Lakers on December 20, the defending champions Denver Nuggets on March 19, and the Phoenix Suns on April 14, which will also be Fan Appreciation Night presented by Star Tribune.
The Classic Edition uniform pays homage to the team’s history and is designed to resemble the inaugural jerseys worn from 1989-1996. The jerseys feature a modern cut and are made from contemporary athletic performance materials. Throughout the season, the Timberwolves will release more Classic Edition content to celebrate 35 years of basketball.
In addition to the new jerseys, the franchise also introduced a 35th season court that prominently displays the original Timberwolves and Target Center logos from the era. This unique court design will be accompanied by other innovative elements and merchandise throughout the season.
As the NBA season approaches, fans in Minnesota are eager to see the team in action, especially with rising stars Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns leading the way. According to Wolves legend Kevin Garnett, both players need to share the spotlight for the team to succeed. Garnett praised Edwards and expressed his belief that the young player has the potential to have a big year. He emphasized the importance of both Edwards and Towns being the faces of the franchise and moving forward together.
Edwards, who recently represented the United States in the FIBA World Cup, impressed many with his performance. He averaged 18.9 points per game while shooting efficiently from both the field and beyond the arc. Garnett’s endorsement of Edwards and his belief in the duo’s ability to lead the team have fans excited for the upcoming season.