This video of Karl-Anthony Towns might make Wolves fans drool


Sports is entertainment and if it's entertainment you want than you come to the right place.

Karl-Anthony Towns could very well be the future co-face of the Timberwolves' franchise, along with the incredibly talented Andrew Wiggins.

Most experts have the Wolves' choice for the No. 1 pick in the June 25 NBA Draft down to either Kentucky's Towns or Duke center Jahlil Okafor.

Towns is considered by most to have more upside than Okafor, and video like the ones below help explain how versatile Towns is. Of course, Towns isn't being guarded in the videos below, but he shows an ability to handle the ball with precision and the ability to hit NBA-range 3-pointers.

A rumor picked up by The Sports Quotient says that Towns recently hit 71 of 100 3-pointers during a workout. Fox Sports North adds that Towns led his high school team in 3-pointers made and shot 46 percent from three when he was 15 years old, playing for the Dominican Republic Under-17 national team.

It's just a little fodder to help kill some time between now and the draft.

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