The Minnesota Timberwolves enter the 2019-20 NBA season with plenty of questions. However, the only thing sure is that they will continue to ride on the backs of Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins, two rising players who have the talent. However, they need to push themselves more and be consistent.

For Towns, there is no question he is on the right track. Under new head coach Ryan Saunders, it appears the 23-year-old center has responded well and such is the reason why he has improved numbers. Sadly, the same cannot be said for Wiggins who is slowly being branded a bust by pundits. And it appears new Timberwolves president Gersson Rosas is fully aware of it.

Timberwolves writer and podcaster Dane Moore recently chatted with Rosas, and the latter revealed some of the things Wiggins has to address. He said Wiggins needs to realize that he needs to be the main contributor and unlock his full potential. Consistency has been the main issue for the top pick of the 2014 NBA Draft and this is something he needs to work on.

What if it doesn't work out? Despite holding a monstrous $122 million contract, it is a given in the NBA that any player can be moved. However, the thing with Wiggins is that pundits feel he is worth the deal unless he finds a way to turn things around.   

In a previous report, the T-Wolves were reportedly offering Wiggins to interested teams. No team came forward and his hefty deal is seen as the likely reason. If the Canadian wants to stay in Minnesota, he needs to show some improvement starting the 2019-20 NBA season. The T-Wolves cannot solely wrest on Town to lead the team and apparently, Rosas knows it.

Speaking of Towns, Rosas said he expects the top pick of the 2015 NBA Draft to play an important role in the defensive side. He expects Saunders to come up with something creative defensively for the 7-footer starting this season. Seeing how both have hit it well last season, there is plenty of reason to believe that the T-Wolves could pull off surprises. Towns and Wiggins will be at the front of it all as the T-Wolves try to start a whole new era of Minnesota basketball.