Minnesota Timberwolves Are Evan Turner’s Best Chance at Superstardom

June 14th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
The Minnesota Timberwolves had their eyes set on one prospect for the whole 2009-2010 NBA season. His name is Evan Turner.

With Ricky Rubio on the books, Jonny Flynn having a solid season, Corey Brewer having a breakout season, and the Wolves having above-average bigs, the Wolves had the most desperate need for a shooting guard.

For the first time in a long time, the Wolves have a glaring fit for a player that's accessible to them and that's easily recognizable to NBA fans, ESPN's Chad Ford, etc.

In essence, anyone that says Evan Turner would not fit in well in Minnesota is either an idiot or blind with two perfectly working eyes.

The problem is that the Wolves are not in position to draft Evan Turner; as of right now, they are two spots down. It's also become quite obvious that the corresponding team that's in the best position to take him (the Philadelphia 76ers) are more in need for a big man.

Not to take anything from the 76ers, but two years ago, the 76ers were in the playoffs, duking it out very impressively with the Orlando Magic. And it seems that when they lost their point guard in Andre Miller, things went sout ...

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