Friday, April 30, 2010

Minnesota Timberwolves in the process of a huge rebuilding project as the 2010 NBA draft draws near

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The 2010 NBA draft is just over a month away and the Minnesota Timberwolves are clearly preparing for some big Timberwolves Roster changes. David Khan has made it clear that he wants to bring in the talent that the team is lacking.

"We don't have THE block," Kahn said. "That one block where you can build everything else around."

Coach Kurt Rambis seemed to agree, because he arranged the roster in order to make financial room for some big players. Most experts say that the Minnesota Timberwolves have no shot of signing a player from free agency... Free agents are looking for teams they can win with. The Timberwolves aren't in the running for a player like LeBron or Chris Bosh. Instead the Timberwolves are going to have to find their lead Wolf from the NBA Draft.

With 3 first round picks, the Minnesota Timberwolves are positioned to make some strong moves in June. Favorites overall for guards include John Wall from Kentucky and Evan Turner from Ohio State.

1 comment:

B said...

I hope Khan and Rambis are really thinking about bringing in players that will work with the talent they already have.. while having a "top wolf" as you put it would be great (don't get me wrong) I think that having a bench full of "almost top wolves" would be better than just one player with talent...