Edwards’ Ankle Scare Sparks MVP Chants: Timberwolves Nation Holds Breath

Towards the end of the second quarter, Edwards seemed to twist his ankle while attempting to elude his defender. Falling to the floor, he clutched his left ankle in pain, requiring assistance to rise and leave the court.

Edwards' Ankle Scare Sparks MVP Chants: Timberwolves Nation Holds Breath

As Edwards exited, Timberwolves fans at the game rallied behind the All-Star guard, chanting “MVP” to lift his spirits. Clearly unable to put weight on his left foot, Edwards made his way to the locker room.

Luckily, Edwards made a return in the third quarter. With no official update on his injury, the hope is that it’s not a serious concern and won’t hinder the superstar scorer.

Given the limited games left in the season and the Timberwolves playoff contention, losing their best player at this crucial juncture would be a significant setback. Before the game, Edwards was averaging 26.3 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 5.2 assists with shooting splits of 46/48/83. He also contributes 1.2 steals per game.

Before leaving in the second quarter, Edwards had scored 18 points, adding to his 12-point tally in the opening period. While he returned to the game, closely monitoring Edwards’ condition and health in the upcoming games for Minnesota is essential.

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