Assessing the Timberwolves Draft Options at Pick #20

Endless speculation has surrounded the Minnesota Timberwolves draft options with the number two pick.

Yesterday I looked at the scenarios that the Wolves will face with their top draft pick.

But today, lets look at a pick that very few are taking about. Their number 20 selection in the 2011 NBA Draft. [Read more…]

Minnesota Timberwolves’ Options at Number Two: They Keep It

While the Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks lit up the scoreboard Thursday night in game five of the NBA Finals. This Timberwolves fan couldn’t help but analyze the Wolves options with the number two pick in the upcoming June 23rd draft.

President and general manager David Kahn will have plenty of options with the aforementioned pick come draft night. Kahn having options may be a worse idea than Representative Anthony Weiner having facebook sex chats with a Las Vegas 40-year old blackjack dealer. (Ok, it may have been forced, but I was due for a Weiner joke.)

With a variety of options present for Kahn and company, I decided to break down their options in two parts. So here is part one of the Wolves options with the number two overall pick: They hold onto it.

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Sources: Timberwolves Open to Moving 2nd Pick

As we now know the Minnesota Timberwolves will be selecting second overall in the 2011 NBA Draft.

ESPN’s Chad Ford hears from sources that David Kahn and the Timberwolves are open to moving the pick.

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Kemba Walker Is A Perfect Fit For The Minnesota Timberwolves

If I had one wish for the 2011-12 Minnesota Timberwolves it would be to have University of Connecticut’s Kemba Walker wearing the Blue and Black of the Timberwolves.

While ESPN’s Chad Ford currently has Walker sitting 10th in his newest top 100 NBA draft prospects, I believe his talent is second to none in this class.

While I may be slightly biased as my Kemboner has reached new levels this past week. The numbers he has put up in the Big East tournament have never been seen before, making Walker a great addition to a Wolves team that is in desperate need of an electric scorer from the guard position. [Read more…]

Minnesota Timberwolves’ 2011 NBA Draft Options

It was assumed that the Minnesota Timberwolves would struggle this season. But with those struggles would come improvement from a season ago.

Early on the Wolves weren’t a good team, but they were at least fun to watch as there was always an abundance of energy.

Now the Wolves look like they’ve checked out, and taken leaps backwards from the progression they showed in December.

While much of that blame can go on the shoulders of head coach Kurt Rambis, for the sake of this blog I will chalk it up to a lack of talent.

With the Wolves on the cusp of receiving a top five pick in next June’s draft, these are the five options that Wolves will have in the draft.

Kyrie Irving, PG, Duke, 6’1’’, 19.

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