Minnesota Timberwolves: A Case Study

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Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves was unanimously named National Basketball Association Rookie of the Year on Monday for the league’s 2015-16. "This is such a landmark in my career," Towns said, "but it's not the last one." The 2015 NBA draft top overall pick received all 130 first-place votes from a group of broadcasters and sportswriters in the United States and Canada. The former University of Kentucky Wildcats standout became the fifth and recent unanimous choice since Ralph Sampson (1984), David Robinson (1990), Blake Griffin (2011) and Damian Lillard (2013). The 20-year-old Towns easily out-voted fellow first-year players Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks, who finished second having 117 second-place votes, and
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