The Minnesota Timberwolves-Memphis Grizzlies series has arguably been the most compelling of the first round. But it's also been marred by a couple of rather interesting extra-curricular events throughout the series.

The woman who superglued her hand to the court will forever keep real estate in random Timberwolves fan lore. Then there was the fan who tried to chain herself onto the basket during Game 1 of the series.

Once again, a disturbance was seen during Game 4 as one fan reached the court and was subsequently tackled right by the three-point arc.

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Anthony Edwards clearly isn't amused. The Timberwolves star sent out a serious plea to protesters that they shouldn't keep doing this … in Minnesota.

“Put this out there. Y’all got to stop running on the floor in Minnesota. Do that in Memphis. Don’t do that in Minnesota,” said Edwards.

The protests have reportedly been aimed towards Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor, whose farms have been said to have killed over five million birds via “ventilation shutdown” and has animal rights groups up in arms.

The cause, if true, would certainly be noble. But interrupting a live sporting event during a critical moment isn't the time and place to do it. But perhaps that was their point in causing such a pot-stirring disruption.