NBA’s Northwest Division: OffSeason Report Card

August 23rd, 2010 by Eitan Rosenberg Leave a reply »
Denver Nuggets—Incomplete

 This is a hard team to grade, as we still do not know the final conclusion to the Carmelo Anthony saga.

The Nuggets still need to fish out a general manager before trade talks can even truly begin. Until that point in time, it will be hard to determine a grade for the Nuggets.


Minnesota Timberwolves—B-

After reading what many “experts” had said about general manager David Kahn and his susceptible moves this offseason, I offer this reaction: Say what you want, at least the Wolves seem to actually have a plan.

Minnesota entered the offseason with a logjam at power forward and point guard, and uncertainty regarding the futures of the center and wing positions. Now, the team at least has a lineup with youth, potential, and players playing their natural positions.

It finally makes sense.


Granted, we likely won’t be hearing about many wins from this group, but they at least have put themselves in proper position to actually re-build properly.

You could argue over the selection of rookie Wesley ...

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