Attention sports fans! Actually, if you're a sports fan you already know the answer to why everyone is suddenly saying 'Bring Ya Ass' to Minnesota. It's hilarious and I love it!

The Minnesota Timberwolves had a historic comeback in Game 7 versus the Denver Nuggets. They were in Denver when they came back from the largest deficit at halftime in a game 7 to punch their tickets to the Western Conference Semifinals. (They play the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday Night.)

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In the post-game interview, Charles Barkley told Anthony Edwards on TNT that he hasn't been to Minnesota in like 20 years. That's when Anthony Edwards quickly replied, "Bring Ya Ass."

Hilarious. Gold. I love that moment.

I love Charles Barkley, really I do. But he's made cracks about the Timberwolves in the past. He's had every right to as well. We lost in the playoffs last year, and the Timberwolves haven't been in this spot in 20 years. Barkley asked Edwards to get him a list of restaurants in Minneapolis, which Edwards said he'd be happy to do.

Still, the remark is just part of the magic happening this Timberwolves season. New York Times just called it 'Minnesota Timberwolves Rallying Cry.' 

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It didn't take long before the internet did its thing. Explore Minnesota, (the State's Tourism Department) temporarily has changed the slogan for the Land Of 10,000 Lakes. It's now simply, Bring Ya **s.

The Mavericks are bringing their ass to Minnesota for Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. The game is at 7:30.

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