Anyone around the Minnesota Timberwolves franchise can tell you the start to the 2016-17 NBA season hasn't gone as planned. Growing pains are a part of the process with young teams and the Timberwolves are as young as any in the NBA.

But that doesn't mean Minnesota's youth lacks talent. Kris Dunn flashed his young skill on Sunday night versus the Portland Trail Blazers.

With the Timberwolves trailing Portland by three points in the final quarter of play, Dunn made a move that will play on his NBA highlight reel for eternity.

Guarded by Shabazz Napier, Dunn dribbled along the right wing and went with a between-the-legs crossover. That dribble move set up the insanity that happened next.


Dunn fooled Napier with the heavy dribble, slipped right around him and dished to an open Gorgui Dieng for the open jumper.

The Timberwolves fell short again on Sunday night, but Dunn reminded the NBA why everyone is still high on Minnesota's future.

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