You can see where Karl-Anthony Towns has the chance to be special.
At moments he looked like what he is — a rookie in his first Summer League game, adjusting to a new style of play — but in parts of his debut against the Lakers Friday night you could see it. With some of the shots and passing, the way ne moves, there is the potential for him to be a real franchise cornerstone in Minnesota. He shot 4-of-10 for 11 points.
Brett Pollakoff of PBT was in Las Vegas for that game and spoke with Towns afterward, if you want more depth than a video check it out. If not, just replay what’s above.