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Jake Layman Postgame Press Conference - February 28, 2021
Karl-Anthony Towns with the flying putback slam.
Big men aren't supposed to move like this!
Jarred Vanderbilt with another hustle play.
Anthony Edwards stops on a dime and hits the step-back.
Jake Layman gets the baseline pass and throws down.
Nimble Naz Reid put them in a spin cycle.
Anthony Edwards reads the pass, steals and slams.
The rookie makes it look easy.
Karl-Anthony Towns has a full head of steam and throws down.
Anthony Edwards goes over the seven-footer for two.
Jarrett Culver is back, like really back.
The rookie got the best of the vet.
Ricky fakes everyone out and finds Josh Okogie for the easy two.
Jarred Vanderbilt with the ridiculous spike.
Jarred Vanderbilt starts scoring in the game with a slam.
VOICES is a player-driven content series focusing on conversations around racial injustice, voting rights, equality and the power of diversity. In this episode, Lynx Assistant Coach Rebekkah Brunson, Timberwolves Vice President of Player Programs and Diversity and Inclusion Tru Pettigrew, and Cofounder of the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery Tina Burnside discuss the importance of Black history education. The discussion sheds light on the importance of understanding our past to ensure a better future. Throughout partnerships and initiatives, the Timberwolves and Lynx have made a commitment to its fans to continue speaking up and being leaders in social advancement, social justice and racial equity, and “Voices” is an extension of the organization’s promise. “Voices” will continue to bring awareness to topics that need attention and assist the players and personnel in using their platforms to be agents of change in these spaces.