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Through the first week of the NBA season, the Minnesota Timberwolves have gotten almost no production out of Juancho Hernangomez.
During the offseason, the Minnesota Timberwolves showed us all how much they value Juan Hernangómez by signing the Spaniard to a three-year, $21 million contract.

With that type of money, one would assume they would trust Juancho to be a solid contributor to winning basketball, and possibly start and finish games at power forward, a notable weak spot for the team.

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Some people even had the audacity to zero in on Hernangómez during the offseason as the potential breakout candidate for the Timberwolves this season.

If you were one of those eager fans, you would be wildly disappointed by how Juancho has performed over the first three games as he’s been completely invisible on both ends of the court.

In three games, Juancho is playing only 10 minutes per contest, averaging just two points and three rebounds per game while making only three shots total: one three, a layup, and a free throw — all coming in the Wolves’ loss to the Lakers.

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In just 30 minutes on the court, Hernangómez is only ahead of Ed Davis and fellow ghost Jake Layman with a net rating of -33.8, and is second-to-last on the team behind Jarred Vanderbilt with a true shooting percentage of 22.5. These are truly abysmal numbers for a 6-foot-9 power forward who has shown the ability to stroke it from three throughout his career.

The scariest thing about his substandard start to the season is that with the wrist injury to Karl-Anthony Towns, Juancho’s role will have to increase and he will have to step up and vastly improve if the Timberwolves are going to stay afloat without their superstar.

After the Wolves questionably waived Rondae Hollis-Jefferson before the season began, the burden to fill minutes at the power forward position falls to Juancho, Layman, Davis, and Vanderbilt, arguably the four members of the Timberwolves who have had the worst starts to the season.

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Hernangómez will, at the very least, have to improve his defense with Towns out and Naz Reid holding down the center spot in his absence.

His one true asset as a power forward is the way he can stretch the floor. If he’s not hitting threes, Juancho has little-to-no value on the court. He’s a career 35.6 percent 3-point shooter and shot 42 percent from deep in 14 games in Minnesota last season.

The good news for Wolves fans is that this is an extremely small sample size that we are judging him on. Remember, he’s only played 30 total minutes all season. That’s essentially one game’s worth of starter’s minutes, and, as it turns out, basketball players have bad games all the time.

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His playing time is about to increase, and with more volume perhaps he can shoot himself out of his early-season slump and be more connected with the team on offense and defense. Additionally, Hernangómez had his best game in the most recent loss to the Lakers.

Juancho will have to snap out of it sooner rather than later as the Wolves play the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night, then go home to face the newly rejuvenated yet winless Washington Wizards before a home-and-away series with the Denver Nuggets. Then, the Wolves head to Portland to play the Trail Blazers.

NEXT: Wolves Power Rankings Roundup: Week Two
The schedule will be difficult, but if Juancho wants to be taken seriously this season and live up to his contract, he needs to snap out of his first-week trance and start playing some real basketball.

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Several Minnesota Timberwolves players are in position to have a breakout season in 2020-21, but perhaps none more than Juancho Hernangomez.
Regular-season NBA action returns in just two weeks. For Minnesota Timberwolves fans it will be the first time for them to see their team in action since March.

It’s an exciting time for Wolves fans, but the most exciting part may be the interesting assortment of talent populating the roster. There are several players who could be poised to have breakout seasons in Minnesota.

There are a half-dozen young, talented, and largely unproven players who fit that description — but perhaps none more than Juan Hernangomez.

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Setting aside non-breakout candidates for the Minnesota Timberwolves
First, let’s go through and set a few players aside who won’t be considered candidates to be named the Wolves’ breakout player this season.

Stars like Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell are not candidates for a breakout season — hence, the “star” designation. Unless Russell all of a sudden becomes Steph Curry, and Towns is the second coming of Wilt Chamberlain with a 3-point shot, neither will be the breakout player this year for the Timberwolves.

Similarly, the veterans on the team are out of the running for breakout player because we already know who they are and what they bring to the table. Sorry, Ricky Rubio and Ed Davis, but you had your chance. No breakouts for either veteran in Year 10 and Year 11, respectively.

Any rookies on the roster will not be considered as well. Players have to have done something in the league in order to breakout and defy previous expectations. Anthony Edwards and Jaden McDaniels will have to wait their turn.

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Guys who will likely play very sparingly — if they make the active roster — won’t be in the running to be Minnesota’s breakout candidate. So Jaylen Nowell, Jarred Vanderbilt, and Tyler Cook will hopefully have to wait until next year.

Also, let’s leave Malik Beasley out of the conversation for a few reasons. First, he kind of already broke out last season after he was traded to Minnesota. In 14 games with the Wolves last year Beasley went nuts scoring 20.7 points per game while shooting 42.6 percent from three.

Secondly, we don’t really know yet if he’s going to be suspended, or if anything else will happen to him this year stemming from his tumultuous offseason.

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This leaves us with six candidates for a breakout season: Jarrett Culver, Josh Okogie, Jake Layman, Hernangomez, Naz Reid, and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.

From this list Culver, Okogie, and Hollis-Jefferson, and to some extent, Layman, are vying for playing time at the suddenly crowded wing spot.

Limited playing time, especially depending on how head coach Ryan Saunders uses top pick Anthony Edwards, will likely limit the breakout possibilities. Each may have the best years of their careers, but unless one breaks free and gets nearly 30 minutes per game, it’s tough to see any of the young wings taking a huge leap forward.

Playing time factors into why Reid won’t breakout as well. He averaged 9.0 points and 4.1 rebounds last year while playing 16.5 minutes per game. Most of his production, including 11 starts, came while Towns was on the bench with injuries. With Towns back in the fold this year, Reid will be relegated to bench duty, and likely see fewer minutes as well as opportunities to impact the game.

This leaves us with the one player on the Wolves roster who is primed for a breakout season: Juancho Hernangomez.

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Juancho will likely start at the power forward position to begin the season. Sharing the frontcourt with Towns, at least offensively, will be a boon for Hernangomez’s production. After he was traded to Minnesota, the former No. 15 pick played out of his mind.

In 14 games, the Spaniard averaged 12.9 points and 7.3 rebounds per game while quietly hitting 42 percent of his threes. This came while playing just over 29 minutes per game, albeit mostly without Towns. His offensive rating of 112.9 was second-best on the team, just behind Towns.

Looking at those stats quickly and you might think his shooting is bound to regress substantially this season, but his career 3-point shooting percentage is 35.9. If he even splits the difference and shoots 39 percent from three, that’s a huge threat for a 6-foot-9 power forward to be able to stretch the court.

His minutes may be reduced with the return of Towns and the addition of Ed Davis, but the Wolves are still thin in the frontcourt. Layman might see some time at power forward, and Saunders could throw Hollis-Jefferson and Vanderbilt in the 4-spot if they make the roster. Other than those weird iterations of the lineup, it’s basically Towns, Hernangomez, Reid, and Davis sharing frontcourt minutes.

The one thing that can stunt his breakout this year is his poor defense. Last year, Hernangomez had the second-worst defensive rating on the Timberwolves at 118.9, just ahead of trade comrade Malik Beasley. If he truly wants to have a breakout season, the defense needs to greatly improve.

NEXT: What will Anthony Edwards’ role be with the Wolves?
If he can improve even a little bit on the defensive end and his offense continues to shine, Juan Hernangomez is the prime candidate to be Minnesota’s breakout player this season.

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Anthony Edwards was a widely-panned No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft for the Minnesota Timberwolves, but he’s already putting some concerns to rest.
The Minnesota Timberwolves had the first overall pick in this year’s draft after winning the lottery, but of all the teams with top picks, they seemed like the poorest fit for that spot.

Among the consensus top three draft prospects, they decided only one really made any sense for them. They didn’t want to draft LaMelo Ball because D’Angelo Russell plays the same position, and they wanted no positional overlap. The Timberwolves didn’t want to draft James Wiseman for the same reason, and Wiseman didn’t want to go to Minnesota and play the same position as Karl-Anthony Towns anyway.

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That left Anthony Edwards as the only logical option of the trio, other than a trade which is a risky proposition for any team not looking to get fleeced in their position (looking at you, Philadelphia 76ers and Markelle Fultz).

The Timberwolves did indeed draft Edwards, but there were concerns. He had some red flags in college at the University of Georgia regarding how much he actually loved the game, his shot selection was notoriously poor and you never knew from one game to the next whether you would get Anthony Edwards’ best effort.

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Of course, college performance doesn’t always translate to the NBA. That goes both ways, mind you. Generally speaking, a college standout will reach the NBA only to be entirely overmatched for at least their early days. The players are bigger, stronger, faster, smarter and better coached than even the best they had faced in college, and the learning curve is gigantic.

While Edwards surely is going to have some catching up to do on the learning side of things, he’s got the physicality down pat and he has top tier NBA size already. At just 19 years old, he’s 6’5″ and 225 lbs and is a force of nature in the making.

Some of those early concerns have already been assuaged by Edwards’ play. He’s off to a roaring start, averaging 16.5 points per game on shooting splits of .542/.375/1.000 and has only turned the ball over once on above-average usage of 23.6 percent.

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Edwards may well have been disengaged at Georgia and the scouting reports were spot on. Maybe that had something to do with the way he feels about basketball, or more likely he simply wasn’t into the whole deal of playing for a mediocre squad with players whose names he would scarcely remember a couple of years later.

For those who were concerned about Anthony Edwards’s translation to the NBA, those worries were certainly not unfounded. However, in his first two games, it looks as though he’s adapting wonderfully to the NBA game. He’s also getting to stretch his wings in a low-pressure environment on a team that will need to overachieve in order to make noise in the playoff picture, and he gets the best of both worlds by also getting to learn from a legitimate superstar in Karl-Anthony Towns.

It’s ok to have been iffy about Edwards, but he’s on the right path with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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Through three regular season games, the Minnesota Timberwolves haven’t failed to live up to their usual roller coaster ride of expectations. So far, they’ve provided a banquet of emotions; blending the tender meats of an opening night comeback win over the Detroit Pistons with the sweet dessert of a rollicking underdog triumph over the Utah Jazz. However, in true Wolves fashion, they had to mix in some Brussels sprouts, those coming in the form of the 36-point shellacking at the hands of the reigning champion Los Angeles Lakers.

Perhaps the most peculiar delicacy at the entire feast has been tracking the first footsteps of Anthony Edwards. Even after securing his place at the top of the tree on draft night, Ant-Man was scarcely hyped like the usual first overall pick. Whether it was his hot-and-cold season in a losing program at the University of Georgia, his overblown and, usually, out of context pre-draft comments, or the fact he was drafted by the ever-underwhelming Timberwolves, Edwards ceded the bulk of the national media coverage and primetime highlight packages to his draftmates LaMelo Ball and James Wiseman.

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However, in the minuscule three-game sampling that we’ve got to nibble on, the 19-year-old has been far from an unwanted side dish. He hasn’t just been palatable, for long stretches his game has been delicious. Through just 76 minutes of professional basketball, he has demonstrated the entire thrills and spills nature of the Anthony Edwards Experience. As will likely be the case for the entirety of his career, the conversation engulfing Edwards begins with his scoring punch and, in particular, how often he gets to the rim and how well he finishes when he gets there.

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The biggest condemnation that stemmed from the 6-foot-6 combo wing’s freshman season with the Bulldogs is that he settled far too much. Despite being an overwhelming physical presence, Edwards attempted just 30.8 percent of his field goal attempts at the rim, connecting on a very nice 69 percent of said attempts. With elite touch, size and movement capabilities, scouts, coaches and pundits alike urged Edwards to cut down on the contested mid-range and 3-point shots.

Through his first two NBA outings, the wins over Detroit and Utah, he had upped his at-rim frequency to 33.3 percent, according to For reference, Luka Doncic (30.1%), Bradley Beal (27.9%) and Donavan Mitchell (21.1%) were among the plethora of dominant scoring wings that failed to cross that one-third volume threshold last season.

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Regression to some sort of mean is likely coming, it’s still way too early to be using these kinds of stats as ironclad evidence, but there is no taking away how impressive his mindset has been thus far. Playing against physical presences like Blake Griffin, Mason Plumlee and Jerami Grant of the Pistons or the Jazz’s staunch defense anchored by two-time Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert and stout post defender Derrick Favors, Edwards had all the excuses in the world to lean on his jumper and shy away from inside contact. He didn’t — he ran headlong into it and embraced every bump and bruise along the way.

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The best part? The unflinching mindset didn’t come at the expense of efficiency. Small sample size be damned, the fact that Edwards shot 87.5 percent at the rim in his first two NBA games is nothing short of spectacular. Ant has a rare blend of talent, physicality, athleticism and ingrained scoring mentality, a secret herbs and spices that, when measured out and blended correctly, serve a devastating cuisine for an opposition defense.

The first sequence we’re going to focus on seems tame on the surface, but at a deeper look it’s is a little dollop of that special sauce Edwards possesses. It begins with the hesitation crossover, the fact it’s not a snap-your-ankles move might mean it lulls you into thinking it’s meaningless when really it’s the most crucial building block of a defender’s nightmare. By faking left and crossing over back to his right, Edwards gets Jazz forward Royce O’Neale leaning the wrong way with his upper body and transferring his weight backward instead of forward (or sideward) with his feet and lower body.

This move needs to be singled out individually, because this is the foundation of the entire drive. With that fairly unassuming crossover, Edwards has put in motion a chain of events that leaves O’Neale very little chance to finish the play with a win.

The Jazz forward is a very handy defender and, to his credit, he doesn’t let the side-to-side move and burst out of it best him immediately. He regains some semblance of balance and slides his feet well to get back in Edwards’ vicinity. This is where the rookie’s complete outlier strength comes into play. He uses O’Neale’s eagerness to get back into his airspace against him, putting a subtle but demolishing shoulder into his defender’s midriff, sending the 27-year-old careening backward for six straight steps. O’Neale makes one last-ditch attempt to jimmy the ball out of the rookie’s hands, but Edwards has that thing gripped in his immovable mitts like Charlie with the Golden Ticket.

Once he’s seen off the defender’s best efforts, it’s time for the top-tier body control and touch to kick in. There isn’t an unfathomable amount of body contortion here, just like the touch needed isn’t at the level that Edwards can produce when he is really strutting his stuff, but he needs to get the ball up from well below his waist while still adjusting his balance and kiss it off the glass with a feathery touch. He does that, and he makes it look a lot simpler than it is.

That wasn’t his only mouth-watering finish in the Utah win. In fact, it wasn’t even the most impressive one. More than the technical ability it takes to put Rudy Gobert on his heels, bamboozle him with the tornado spin, and stop on a dime for the bucket, it’s the gall to commit to that move without a moment of hesitation. The nous to recognize that he has the big man backing up and in the basketball version of the fetal position. The confidence to finish it like he was still playing against a freshman from Austin Peay State University.

That’s what Edwards can do to competent and seasoned defenders. What he’s able to produce against lesser competition seems unfair for someone his age. He may be a 19-year-old rookie with less than a month’s worth of game time under his belt, but Ant-Man is already far too big, strong and technically sound for a lot of wings to check.

The pirouette — which is quickly becoming a staple of his scoring package — and finish you see below made the rounds on social media, and we should expect to see plenty more of it as Edwards’ career unfolds. Again, the finish is a cocktail mix of everything the former Bulldog has in his cupboard — made to look easier than the previous clips by the slower mental and physical recognition of Detroit’s Svi Mykhailiuk.

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In their best showing of the exhibition schedule, the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Dallas Mavericks 129-127 on Thursday evening. Despite trailing by as many as 18 points during the fourth quarter, Minnesota stormed back and forced overtime, eventually prevailing thanks to Jarrett Culver’s team-leading six points in the extra period.

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Culver impressed throughout the contest, finishing with 18 points, four rebounds, four assists, two steals, two blocks, and a game-high plus-25 rating – a continuation of his strong performances during the preseason slate.

“Jarrett Culver was really good offensively, but he was really good defensively tonight,” said Head Coach Ryan Saunders postgame. “The growth that he’s shown through these three games and through our camp, it’s noticeable…so big credit to him.”

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Perhaps most impressive has been the growth of No. 23’s shooting form and his consistency from the charity stripe, where he ended the preseason a perfect 10-of-10, including Thursday’s 6-of-6 performance from the free-throw line in Dallas. The Texas native has worked extensively on improving his free throw percentage by tweaking his shooting stroke throughout the offseason, and thus far, it seems to be paying dividends.

“I put a tremendous amount of work in,” said Culver. “The work paying off is a good feeling to have.”

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At game’s end, six Timberwolves scored in double-digits with Karl-Anthony Towns’ 20 points leading the team. Malik Beasley, Anthony Edwards, Jarrett Culver, Jaylen Nowell, and Naz Reid joined Towns in double figures. Despite the offensive output, No. 32’s focus heading into the 2020-21 season is on the defensive end of the hardwood.

“The thing that’s kept us from being great is defense,” said the Wolves’ All-Star center. “Locking in there, everything else will take care of itself…I just want to lock in defensively.”

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With five days remaining before the Timberwolves 2020-21 season begins, the team will focus on final preparations prior to Wednesday’s Home Opener versus the Detroit Pistons.

With a sudden glut of wings on the roster, here are three options if the Minnesota Timberwolves decide to trade Culver.

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The Minnesota Timberwolves have had a busy week, including an active draft night, a pair of trades, and multiple moves in free agency.

The team picked up Anthony Edwards, Leandro Bolmaro, and Jaden McDaniels in the draft and traded for Ricky Rubio. From there, the team re-signed Malik Beasley and Juancho Hernangomez and traded Omari Spellman, Jacob Evans, and a future second-round pick to the New York Knicks for Ed Davis.

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The Wolves’ moves thus far bring a number of key implications in terms of the roster, namely the abundance of guards.

When combining the Rubio trade, the Beasley signing, and the drafting of Edwards with the existing roster, the Wolves find themselves with a suddenly crowded backcourt. D’Angelo Russell, Beasley, Rubio, Edwards, Josh Okogie, Jarrett Culver, and Jaylen Nowell are all under contract and the Wolves are in discussions to bring Jordan McLaughlin back as well.

While depth is important for any NBA team, a team with this many guards leaves questions in terms of the allocation of minutes.

Simply put, the Wolves have too many guards and not enough forwards. Because the team likely can’t supply significant minutes to all of these guards, it is plausible the team may look to trade one of these guards, and Culver is a prime trade candidate.

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At this point in his career, Culver is a solid rotational NBA wing. He is strong defensively, athletic, and his physicality has only improved. However, he struggled offensively in his rookie year in Minnesota, averaging 9.2 points on 29.9 percent from three and 46.2 percent from the free throw line.

Even with a rocky rookie season, Culver showed some of his significant upside and that should translate to value on the trade market. For the Timberwolves, this could be a sell-high situation, where a young player isn’t necessarily a fit on the team which leads to the team deciding to trade the player before his value decreases.

This value has basis in reality, as Culver has reportedly been shopped to multiple teams this offseason, and was a topic of conversation leading up to the draft according to The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor.

Despite his offensive struggles, Jarrett Culver still has a lot to offer as a player and clearly still has value on the trade market.

Given the Wolves’ crowded backcourt and the value Jarrett Culver has in the trade market, let’s take a look at what a Jarrett Culver trade might look like this offseason.