NBA star Karl-Anthony Towns accused of lying about Wordle scores

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Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns, like the rest, is playing Wordle daily, then tweet about it right after. But when he shared his results last week, more experienced players noticed something was amiss.

As Yahoo! reportTowns shared this on Friday night, showing that he successfully completed the word “ulcer” in just three guesses:

Not bad. And it didn’t take long for the more serious players, who can split the game (and the alphabet) down the frame, to realize the terrible suspicion. Two of the many such replies to KAT’s tweet said:

There is no legal conjecture that could lead to these results for today’s answer. KAT is posting fake stats

If you know the solution, you will know that a second guess is impossible because there is no word with that combination of letters.

It seems that in order to get the word “ULCER” on his third attempt, his first two attempts could not have looked the same, because there are only 26 possible combinations of characters in the matching language. the letter “U – – ER” in place and none of those words are accepted by Wordle.

So many people responded to him about this that Towns, between games against the Kings and Bulls, took the time to reply and explain himself. Blame the handover of the following premises The New York Times’ buy gamesalso happened to be on Friday, he said that the results posted should actually be for the game he opened, game 236 (it was “PAUSE”), but Times‘takeover has labeled it as the more recent 237 instead.

I like this! You used to be able to do crosswords in the peace and comfort of your own home, but now you can share Wordle the point where millions of people can go through and find out if it’s cheating or not. No one should care about this, and It’s fun when we do.

For what is worth believing in is Towns, a giant gamer in his downtimebecause his explanation makes much more sense than a grown man lying about Wordle score on a public forum. And while we’re on the subject, he’s not lying about teammate Josh Okogie’s scores either, look at this man: NBA star Karl-Anthony Towns accused of lying about Wordle scores

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