Timberwolves are planning something big in downtown Minneapolis. But what?

The Timberwolves are taking over downtown Minneapolis again.

The team recently plastered a mural of its players over a parking lot kitty-corner to Target Center ahead of the team's two home games against the Dallas Mavericks. The facade features Anthony Edwards, who recently and inadvertently gave the Minnesota travel industry a new catchphrase, flanked by Rudy Gobert, Karl-Anthony Towns and five other players.

Wednesday's Game 1 marks the first time in two decades the Timberwolves have made it to the Western Conference finals.

In 2004, the Lakers won the series but lost the championship to the Detroit Pistons.

The Wolves partnered with 11 downtown bars to host official watch parties during its playoff series against the Denver Nuggets earlier this month. Team officials say they'll have more information about their plans for fans Wednesday.

Gluek's Bar and Restaurant operator Dave Holcomb recalls that the Lynx put up a mural of Maya Moore near the current Timberwolves painting when Minneapolis hosted the WNBA all-star game in 2018.

"It was up for like two days, but I assume they're going to leave this up until we're over," Holcomb said.

Staff writer Jeff Day contributed to this story.