The Minnesota Timberwolves are planning on using the rest of the season to figure out what direction the club will take in the future.
"These 30 games are important for us,'' Wolves coach Randy Wittman said. "In my mind, and probably in management's mind, this is important to see how we're going to build this.''
One player who seems certain to be central to that future is forward Al Jefferson, who leads Minnesota with 21.2 points, 12.1 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game. Other players, like Gerald Green and Antoine Walker are begging to be traded. It will be an interesting remainder of the Timberwolves season…just think if we win the rest of the games this year, we could finish at .500