From what I have been reading in the immediate aftermath of Jimmy Butler coming to Minnesota in Thursday’s trade with the Chicago Bulls, a lot of people seem to think the Timberwolves took advantage of the Bulls. Continue reading “For now, Minnesota wins trade with Chicago”
I’ll be the first one to admit that I wanted the Minnesota Timberwolves to draft Kentucky’s Jamal Murray instead of Providence’s Kris Dunn.
Now that the pick has been made, I’m ecstatic Minnesota ended up with Dunn. Continue reading “Timberwolves take Dunn — A good move”
Without knowing who will be on the roster next season, aside from the few players who have proven themselves and others of whom Minnesota is contractually obligated — Karl-Anthony Towns, Zach LaVine, Andrew Wiggins, Ricky Rubio, Shabazz Muhammad, Nikola Pekovic, Nemanja Bjelica, Gorgui Dieng and Tyus Jones.
I’m not even sure Pekovic or Muhammad will survive the draft, but let’s say they do. Minnesota will have $50,242,401 under contract for next season.
The best news for them? The salary cap will jump up to $92 million this summer. Continue reading “Minnesota Timberwolves free agency: Point guards”