2010 NBA Draft Results: Minnesota Timberwolves Team Analysis and Predictions

June 25th, 2010 by Tanner Thoms Leave a reply »
"With the fourth pick in the 2010 NBA draft, the Minnesota Timberwolves select Wesley Johnson of Syracuse university."

Mistake or perfect selection?

I don't think there's any debate that Wesley Johnson is a great talent, but some question whether or not he was the best option for the Timberwolves with the fourth pick.

Taking Johnson was the right move for Minnesota. He may not be the best scoring option, but he'll be an excellent player on the wing.

I've seen a lot of video coverage on Wesley, he's a great player. His combine interview showed that he is intelligent, and has a great love for the game of basketball.

Then again, who plays basketball that hates the sport?

Johnson will also have the chance to reunite with one of his best friends from college, Jonny Flynn.

With the Timberwolves four other selections, they took Luke Babbitt, Trevor Booker, Paulo Prestes, and Hamady Ndiaye.

Ndiaye will be sent to the Wizards.

Babbitt will be sent to the Blazers with Ryan Gomes in exchange for Martell Webster.


Webster is certainly not a bad player, but he's not going to make the Wolves ...

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