Minnesota T-Wolves Land No. 4 Pick: What They Should Do with It

May 22nd, 2010 by Ethan McVansen Leave a reply »
Well, it's all been said and done, and now the Timberwolves have to work with the fact that they've got the No. 4 pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, and not the expected and coveted No. 2.

Now that they have the fourth pick, they've really got a number of options to look at.

First of all, I think that the Timberwolves need to recognize that their biggest hole is at the wing, where the Wolves are currently situated with Corey Brewer and Wayne Ellington, two players who could dominate their bench together (Brewer a defensive dominance, Wayne the same on offense).

However, Corey has been playing like a starter, so it would be nice to match him with someone else.

But the most important thing with the Timberwolves, in my opinion, is that they keep the No. 4 pick.

Look at 2009. The Wolves took a risk in drafting Rubio, but at least they got two young guns with two picks, instead of trading up. Trading up just seems inconvenient. If the Wolves are going to pursue a higher pick, they shouldn't give up their own in pursuit of it.

Here's what I say. Nets and Wizards are keeping their picks, and 76ers will deal it at the right pri ...

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