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10-10 • 10th in WESTERN CONFERENCE

HEAD COACH: Chris Finch
VENUE: Target Center - 600 First Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55403
CAPACITY: 19,356
Timberwolves Stats Per Game
2021-22
PLAYERGGSMPFGFGAFG%3P3PA3P%2P2PA2P%eFG%FTFTAFT%ORBDRBTRBASTSTLBLKTOVPFPTS
A. Edwards SG191935.58.319.2.4343.28.8.3575.210.3.500.5162.43.3.7421.64.96.63.31.40.73.42.522.2
K. Towns C191934.38.116.2.4982.76.1.4405.410.1.534.5814.04.7.8442.86.29.03.51.31.13.33.422.8
D. Russell PG171731.26.416.4.3912.88.5.3243.67.9.463.4752.83.4.8100.43.23.65.60.80.72.52.018.4
M. Beasley SG19025.53.710.7.3482.67.9.3331.12.8.389.4710.60.8.6880.42.42.71.60.70.20.61.110.7
J. McDaniels PF191124.92.56.0.4210.72.5.2711.83.5.530.4780.30.5.6001.62.84.50.80.90.61.03.76.1
P. Beverley PG161225.43.16.7.4581.23.5.3391.93.2.588.5470.81.1.7061.42.94.44.50.91.01.23.18.1
J. Vanderbilt PF191221.02.34.3.5310.00.3.0002.33.9.573.5311.21.5.8212.94.57.41.11.40.71.12.95.7
N. Reid C18015.43.16.5.4700.72.2.3252.34.3.545.5261.41.9.7351.42.23.60.80.61.10.82.58.2
T. Prince PF18214.61.43.9.3570.72.7.2710.71.2.545.4500.50.7.7500.51.62.10.80.40.20.61.34.0
J. Okogie SG12414.41.02.8.3530.31.0.2500.81.8.409.3970.71.3.5001.01.62.60.90.70.30.71.22.9
J. McLaughlin PG16010.30.72.3.3060.21.1.1760.51.2.421.3470.30.4.7140.10.70.82.10.60.00.70.41.9
J. Nowell SG905.71.13.4.3230.10.9.1251.02.6.391.3390.20.2.0000.30.71.01.00.30.20.10.12.6
J. Layman SF704.90.41.4.3000.10.6.2500.30.9.333.3500.00.0.0000.10.60.70.00.10.10.30.11.0
L. Bolmaro SF803.80.51.4.3640.10.6.2000.40.8.500.4090.40.4.0000.50.91.40.40.00.00.60.41.5
N. Knight PF802.60.50.5.0000.00.0.0000.50.5.000.0000.81.0.7500.10.50.60.40.10.10.30.31.8
Team Total1939.793.1.43714.543.3.26225.349.8.515.49414.719.1.76113.932.446.323.89.46.315.423.0108.6
Timberwolves Stats, Total
PLAYERGGSMPFGFGAFG%3P3PA3P%2P2PA2P%eFG%FTFTAFT%ORBDRBTRBASTSTLBLKTOVPFPTS
A. Edwards SG1919675158364.43460168.35798196.500.5164662.74231941256327136448422
K. Towns C1919651153307.49851116.440102191.534.5817690.844541171716624216364433
D. Russell PG1717530109279.39147145.32462134.463.4754758.810754619614124334312
M. Beasley SG19048471204.34850150.3332154.389.4711116.68874552301431120203
J. McDaniels PF191147448114.4211348.2713566.530.478610.6003154851618121970115
P. Beverley PG161240649107.4581956.3393051.588.5471217.7062347707214161950129
J. Vanderbilt PF19123994381.53106.0004375.573.5312328.82155851402127142155109
N. Reid C18027855117.4701340.3254277.545.5262534.7352539641411191445148
T. Prince PF1822632570.3571348.2711222.545.450912.750929381583102472
J. Okogie SG1241731234.353312.250922.409.397816.500121931118381435
J. McLaughlin PG1601651136.306317.176819.421.34757.71421113349011630
J. Nowell SG90511031.32318.125923.391.33922.0003699321123
J. Layman SF7034310.30014.25026.333.35000.000145011217
L. Bolmaro SF8030411.36415.20036.500.40933.00047113005312
N. Knight PF802144.00000.00044.000.00068.7501453112214
Team Total197551769.437275823.262480946.515.494279363.7612656158804531791202934372064

Top minnesota timberwolves Stats Questions

Who Is The Best Timberwolves Player?

Karl-Anthony Towns is the best player on the Timberwolves roster, as he has been for many years. Now in his sixth season in the NBA, KAT has established himself as one of the best big men in the league and there's no denying that Minnesota should consider themselves lucky to have drafted Towns as the first overall pick back in 2015.

Statistically speaking, Towns had his best year as a pro in 2019-20, averaging a career-best 26.5 points (on 50.8 percent shooting), 10.8 rebounds, 4.4 assists (also a career-high), and 1.2 blocks per game. He also drained a career-best 3.3 triples per game on a highly-efficient 41.2-percent clip.

The one thing that also stands out for Towns is his durability -- at least early in his career. He did not miss a single game in his first three seasons, and he sat out just five of them in his fourth year. Last season, however, KAT was limited to just 35 games in the shortened season due to injury. He's also been in and out of the lineup in 2020-21, missing several weeks after testing positive for COVID-19.