(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Timberwolves are locking down one of their best players. ESPN is reporting that the team agreed to a super-max extension with center Karl-Anthony Towns last night. The deal is worth 214 million dollars over four years, and it kicks in before the 2024-25 season. The extension keeps Towns in Minnesota for the next six seasons. The first overall draft pick in 2015 helped lead the Wolves to its second playoff appearance since 2004 while averaging 24-point-six points and nine-point-eight boards in his seventh season with the team last year.