The Timberwolves may be well on their way to a playoff berth (keyword may, there's a big ass logjam ranging from third to 10th place in the West at the moment), but that doesn't mean everyone's content in Minnesota. According to KSTP's Darren Wolfson, forward Andrew Wiggins is unhappy with being the team's third option, behind both Jimmy Butler and Karl-Anthony Towns:

However, Wolfson also clarified that Wiggins is "too passive" for his dissatisfaction to become a huge issue at this point.

As highlighted by Larry Brown Sports, Wiggins currently leads the team in field goal attempts per night, yet remains third in points. He signed a five-year, $145.5 million max extension this past October after Butler was acquired.