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Karl-Anthony Towns was taken No. 1 overall by the Timberwolves in 2015, and when he became the unanimous Rookie of the Year, it proved he was exactly who they thought he was. Last season the 21-year-old one-upped himself, surpassing Kevin Love to set a franchise record for points in a season, and becoming the only player in the league to average at least 25 ppg, 12 rpg, and earn a 25.9 PER.
But that wasn’t good enough. He admitted he felt “disrespected” when he wasn’t named All-NBA, and he conceded the snub might have been due in part to the T-Wolves’ losing record. Going into his third year with a monstrous chip on his shoulders, a mentor in 2004 MVP Kevin Garnett, and a new weapon named Jimmy Butler who will help raise the level of play in Minnesota, KAT has a legitimate chance at being MVP—no matter what the odds may say. —D.R.