The Timberwolves Do Their Best Rocky Impersonation In Philly | Video

The Timberwolves Run The Rocky Steps In PhiladelphiaTuesday afternoon, the 3-0 Minnesota Timberwolves traveled from Minneapolis to Philadelphia, in advance of the team’s Wednesday night contest with the 76ers. Upon touching town in The City of Brotherly Love, the Wolves hopped on their charter bus and headed straight to a rather famous set of stairs.

Here is video of Karl-Anthony Towns leading teammates on a jog up the iconic Philadelphia Museum of Art steps, better known of course as the “Rocky Steps.”

Beautifully situated on the northwestern edge of Benjamin Franklin Parkway, adjacent to Center City, Philadelphia, the museum is a nine-mile jaunt from Philadelphia International Airport, amid sitting five miles north of the Wells Fargo Center.

For those who may have forgotten, or have never viewed this legendary cinematic scene, below is a look at Sylvester Stallone sprinting up the museum’s 72 stone steps in Rocky II.