Anthony Edwards and the Minnesota Timberwolves have advanced to the Western Conference Finals for just the second time in team history. In a post-game interview with TNT on Sunday night, Edwards inadvertently created a new state slogan, that just about every Minnesota landmark jumped on, and it's not safe for work either!

The new catchphrase that caught on happens around the 2:30 mark, and it's well straight to the point, inviting Charles to Minnesota in a somewhat impersonal manner, telling Barkey to "Bring his 'butt'". Barkley, in turn, asked Edwards for a list of good restaurants to eat at while the TNT crew is in town.

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After those three words were uttered by Minnesota's Edwards, a bunch of Minnesota places and businesses took up the new slogan as a rallying cry to Wolves fans. Check out the Minnesota State Fair!

The Grain Belt Beer sign, which is located not far from where Bally Sports North's studios were located in NE Minneapolis, got in on it too.

Minnesota's Tourism arm, Explore Minnesota, even got in on the action too.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation took the quote and changed it to a letter, telling Chuck to bring his gas, as they outlined a great road trip around Minnesota.

I'm sure no matter where Charles Barkley, Shaq, Ernie, and Kenny go while they are in Minneapolis for the Finals, they will be greeted by our new state slogan, no matter how temporary it might be.

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Just remember if you want to see the Wolves in action, you're going to have to bring yo...well you know the rest.

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