David Kahn’s Biggest Problem: Assembling Players, Not a Team

September 5th, 2010 by Ethan McVansen Leave a reply »
In the rebuilding stages of the Minnesota Timberwolves, David Kahn has received a lot of criticism for the way he's constructed the Timberwolves franchise.

What he's been putting together seems more like a jumbled mess than a team.

The problem is, he's only acquiring players, not a team.

If you think of some of the players that have been in and out of the Timberwolves in the past couple of years, there have been some really talented players.

Michael Beasely Corey Brewer Jonny Flynn Al Jefferson Wesley Johnson Ty Lawson Kevin Love Quentin Richardson Luke Ridnour Ricky Rubio Ramon Sessions The problem is, some of them never saw any time here whatsoever, and the players who did come here never really blended well together.

For starters, let's count the point guards. Flynn, Lawson, Ridnour, Rubio, Sessions, and let's not forget Sebastian Telfair.

Six point guards in two years? That's ridiculous.

Now let's count the starting power forwards. I see Michael Beasley, Al Jefferson, and Kevin Love. Three starting power forwards? I would've thought that one would be just fine for any team to have.


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