2010 NBA Draft: Full Analysis and Grading of The Minnesota Timberwolves

June 26th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
This is very hard to do, because while the Timberwolves improve, it has yet to be seen blatantly obvious on paper and if it doesn't look that much better on paper, how much better can it look on the court?

The Minnesota Timberwolves fanbase went into the 2010 NBA draft with very high expectations. Of course, if your team won 15 games the previous season, and you had the 4th, 16th and 23rd overall pick, along with two 2nd round picks, cap room and top European contracts, one would expect the Wolves to regain some ground.

Now before we get into the selections and trades, I would like to present you with this grade scale that I came up with myself since everyone likes to take it back to school, and give a letter that represents how well the team did.

A= Excellent, B= Above Average/Good, C= Decent, D= Could have been better, F= Failure

Here's your scale:

A- to A+: 45-50 B- to B+: 40-45 C- to C+: 35-40 D- to D+: 30-35 F- to F+: You get the picture
Wesley Johnson (4th overall pick)

Possible selections: Demarcus Cousins, Wesley Johnson.

Analysis: Because there were only 2 clear cut players ...

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