A True Evaluation of Minnesota Timberwolves Pick Wesley Johnson’s Upside

July 19th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
If one word could describe what the Minnesota Timberwolves have done this offseason, there would be no need for paragraphs.

While critics have only had negative things to say at this point, I'm here to say there are more positives then negatives.

Minnesota Timberwolves' general manager David Kahn has been questioned for seemingly every move he has made, which started when he drafted Jonny Flynn and Ricky Rubio.

Kahn takes way too much heat. The NBA is a favoritism league, and the Timberwolves were being questioned too times for trading two players (Randy Foye and Mike Miller) for the fifth overall pick.

Randy Foye proved to be horrible once again, and Mike Miller wasn't a surprise. In all fairness, getting Rubio on the Wolves will prove to be more valuable than Foye and Miller ever were.

Kahn's moves will be truly evaluated later in the offseason.

Moving on.

While this offseason has experienced a lot of turnover and a lot of negativity from the media, the Minnesota Timberwolves have one bright spot, and that's Wesley Johnson.

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