Keys to the Wolf Den: Positives from the Minnesota Timberwolves Season

March 19th, 2010 by Matthew Hayden Leave a reply »
(long sigh...)

Ok, this season is filled with losses, lost effort, horrible defense, and poor offensive execution.

What is there to take positive from this season?

David Kahn, the Minnesota Timberwolves proved one thing, he means what he says.

Although all the offers, David Kahn has kept his word by not trading any of his core players, and using this season to evaluate the players that he has before trading them.

While David Kahn has evaluated his players, I as a Wolves fan/writer has done the same thing, and I've come up with some positive things to take into next season.

First off, the basics:

Lottery pick (1-4), the 17th pick, and the 24th pick for the 2010 NBA draft. The 14th and 16th pick in the second round.

Kevin Love, Corey Brewer and Wayne Ellington all made significant strides.

Cap space.

Nikola Pekovic. Known as possibly the best Euro center is ready to come to the Timberwolves.

Let's get into some detailed positives:

Corey Brewer's dunk over Derek Fisher , and his dunk over Robin Lopez.

Corey Brewer's 33 straight consecutive ...

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