Anthony Edwards unleashed a statement performance, dropping 36 points to propel the Minnesota Timberwolves to a commanding 126-109 victory over the Phoenix Suns in Game 3, asserting their dominance in the series.

With an unwavering determination, Edwards led the Timberwolves with a relentless pursuit of victory, exemplifying his fierce competitiveness on the court. His explosive scoring and tenacious defense have been instrumental in Minnesota’s success against the Suns.

As the series progresses, Edwards remains focused on his singular goal: to dominate every aspect of the game and lead his team to victory.

His unwavering confidence and killer instinct have become defining traits of his playing style, inspiring his teammates and striking fear into opponents.

With Game 4 looming, Edwards and the Timberwolves are poised to deliver another commanding performance, aiming to close out the series and advance to the next round of the playoffs.

Meanwhile, the Suns face a daunting challenge as they seek to avoid a sweep and keep their championship aspirations alive.

In a post-game interview, Edwards encapsulated his mindset, stating, “I just want to kill everything in front of me. That’s the main thing, pretty much. That’s all there is to it,” as reported by Tim Bontemps.