Anthony Edwards has dynamite in his calves and he did not fail to remind everyone of it. During the night from Thursday to Friday, the Minesota guard flew away in the last seconds of the match against Indiana to prevent his opponents from equalizing (113-111).

In a match that had everything to be spectacular, the young American stood out again. Author of a very good season, on a personal level (26.4 points, 5.2 rebounds, 5.0 assists) and collectively (1st in the West), the n°1 of the 2020 draft distinguished himself in defense for once . While the Timberwolves led by 2 small points with only a handful of seconds left, Aaron Nesmith went alone to the basket. After a side step, he goes up to the double step, thinking he has free rein to score the equalizing basket.

But “Ant-Man” had followed the action well and jumped to throw the ball against the board. Even though it is usually in attack that he finishes matches, the American guard worked perfectly in defense this time. He jumped so high to get this ball that he actually hit his head against the hoop (located at 3m05). “I hit the rollbar, it really hurt. I have never jumped so high in my life,” he declared. The young wolf finished the match with 44 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks, including a saving one.