A big rumor on the future of Karl-Anthony Towns released live!

While he has been chaining disappointments at Wolves for a few years, will Karl-Anthony Towns stay still long in Minnesota? According to a rumor released in full live, a departure is a possibility.

Still considered the future of the league, Karl-Anthony Towns is entering a pivotal period in his career. The pivot has been in the middle for a while now, and at 25, it’s time for him to step up a gear. Given his talent, the playoffs must become a habit, but is it really playable on the side of the Wolves?

Considering the competition in the West, Minnesota is clearly not among the favorites to win a postseason ticket. Anthony Edwards still has to improve, and D’Angelo Russell alternates between the very good and the not so good. Lots of uncertainties, enough to fuel rumors.

Because yes, with such talent, the Wolves do not really have the right to make mistakes. If the failures continue, a start is not completely impossible for the number 32, who undoubtedly dreams of winning something in his career. Stephen A. Smith spoke on the subject, dropping a big announcement.

I just got a message from someone I won’t name. Let’s just say they have a lot of credibility when it comes to basketball. They mentioned Karl-Anthony Towns to Portland. You make a move with Jusuf Nurkic and CJ McCollum, all to bring Towns back.

Plausible? We can in any case think that the Blazers will take action this summer, especially with Lillard’s recent reviews. It seems clear that this roster will not achieve much, and that the Oregon franchise does not have much choice: either you have to bring in a real star, or destroy the workforce would be the best decision.

But with Lady around, the second option seems unlikely. However, is Towns the right choice? That’s another debate, especially since Wolves aren’t sellers right now. An association is not impossible, but it could take time to set up.

Karl-Anthony Towns to Portland? It still looks like a dream right now. The hub wants to continue in Minnesota, and the Blazers don’t have a lot of strengths either. Nevertheless, movement is expected for these two teams.

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