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Timberwolves’ Karl-Anthony Towns Feels ‘Lucky to Be Alive’ After Car Accident

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Minnesota Timberwolves superstar center Karl-Anthony Towns says that he feels “lucky to be alive” after he was involved in a car accident that has forced him to miss the past two games.

“The accident could have went — I’d say I had a 5 percent chance of making it out alive,” Towns said, according to ESPN. “I hit the 5 percent mark. I’d say 4 percent was to be seriously injured, and 1 percent was to be minorly injured — and I came out in the 1 percent.”

Towns said he was in a Hyundai Sante Fe was hit by a semi-truck after Towns’ car came to a complete stop to avoid an accident.

“It could have been much worse,” Towns said. “In all honesty, I probably should not have made it out like I did.”

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Timberwolves’ Glen Taylor Happy with Ryan Saunders

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When the Minnesota Timberwolves fired head coach Tom Thibodeau, there was speculation that team owner Glen Taylor would be in hot pursuit of former Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg.

But, with the early success of interim head coach Ryan Saunders, Taylor is happy to stick to the current course, despite having a conversation with Hoiberg following his dismissal from the Bulls.

“We spent time on (Chicago) and what he wanted to do in the future,” Taylor said of his discussion with Hoiberg, according to Danny Lawhon of The Des Moines Register.

“We had already made up our mind on Ryan, because Ryan has worked with these players, been there all year. That was the easiest way to make the transition.”

Hoiberg has ties to the organization, having played two seasons in Minnesota and also served in the team’s front office following his retirement.

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Timberwolves’ Karl-Anthony Towns Discusses Ryan Saunders’ Coaching Debut

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Minnesota Timberwolves head coach Ryan Saunders, who took over after the firing of Tom Thibodeau, made history with a shocking win in his debut, but also impressed his team in the process.

Wolves’ big man Karl-Anthony Towns spoke about Saunders following Minnesota’s win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.

“He showed his whole coaching repertoire tonight,” Towns said, according to Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic. “…He stayed as composed as anybody tonight. Gave us positive energy. Kept telling us to fight and kept making the right moves. He was playing chess the whole night and came out with checkmate.”

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Timberwolves’ Jeff Teague Out Additional 7-10 Days

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Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Jeff Teague will miss an additional 7-10 days due to a lingering ankle injury, the same one that has kept him out of the past 2 games.

Wolves head coach Tom Thibodeau announced the update on Teague’s status on Friday, according to Wolvers radio commentator Alan Horton.

Derrick Rose will continue to play Teague’s minutes until he is able to return.

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