Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Wolves on Search for Second-Rounder
The Minnesota Timberwolves have been inviting prospects to work out in front of the team’s front office in recent weeks. The team is trying to decide who to take with their second round 41st overall pick. Some of the possible players that the Wolves could take include Wisconsin guard and former Minneapolis North star Kammron Taylor. However, it unlikely the Wolves will take another point guard in the draft after taking Randy Foye last year. The Wolves are also extensively looking at big men, which they are in dire need of. On Monday, the Wolves worked out 6’10’’ Providence forward Herbert Hill, 6’9’’ Florida center Chris Richard and 6’9’’ Creighton center Anthony Tolliver. Hill was the Big East’s Most Improved Player last year and lead the Big East in scoring at 19.9 points per game. Richard came off the bench to back up Joakim Noah and Al Horford on the National Champion Florida Gators team and Tolliver ranked First-team all-Missouri Valley Conference his senior season.