The Timberwolves made a pretty funny 'Mean Tweets' video



The Timberwolves took a cue from "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and put together a video of players reading off mean tweets about themselves.

Rookies Karl-Anthony Towns and Tyus Jones get a few in, while both Zach LaVine and Shabazz Muhammad also make an appearance.

The description in the video says it was aired in-arena back on Nov. 12 – but it was just uploaded to YouTube Tuesday.

The Wolves tend to do well with videos like this, going back to 2012 when the Wolves players went over their favorite holiday tradition ...


... the Timberpup profiles ...


... and Kevin Garnett's homecoming video.


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