For a maybe-bad team, the Wolves are really fun to watch. Karl-Anthony Towns looks good and tall and spry, Ricky Rubio is finally healthy, and Young Cock Andrew Wiggins has, so far, done a better job converting his all-world athleticism into production than last year. And he won Rookie Of The Year last year.

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Take last night against the Bulls in Chicago, when the Wolves won in overtime. Wiggins got way up for this alley-oop in the second quarter. Pau Gasol’s lackadaisical help defense didn’t help, but Wiggins touched the sky.

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Then, in crunch time, Wiggins slipped a double team with a nifty spin move and jammed it home, which is the kind of explosive move he can make even after spinning out of a pinch. He dropped 31, even though he had Jimmy Butler on him.

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Towns helped end it in overtime with this block on Derrick Rose. The Wolves are now 3-2, better than five of last year’s Western Conference playoff teams.

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