I think it's a choice between Isaac and Markkanen if both are there and they stay put at 7. Monk might only come into play if they move down a couple slots and he's still there.
They'll make a hard push today, just like they did last year. I still think Boston is more logical because they have more to offer. I don't think Thibs would include Wiggins because he really likes him but the question is how much does he LOVE Jimmy Butler
Some, but not like those guys. Not yet in his career anyone. I don't think they want him out there shooting 5-6 a game
The thing about Wiggins is he's still so young and he's a guy you can give the ball to late in the games and he'll create for him or draw the defense and create for other teams. There are not many guys in the league that can create their own shot at game's end, which makes him unique and valuable
I don't think so, but there's going to be A LOT of new faces, 7 or 8 maybe. Where they get them all, I don't know. They have just the one first-round pick tonight, so far.
Yes, Flip was pretty open and approachable and everything is a state secret with Thibs and Layden The media cares about closed draft workouts and that kind of stuff, but I'm not sure fans do much. But they don't do anything to help sell this team in a competitive market. I know winning solves everything, but...
I apologize with the slow response, I'm having big troubles with the chat interface today for some reason.
Yes, I assume so. He's not weak, but he weighs like 12 pounds and he's going to have to get used to the size and strength in this league.
Oh, he gets his money, you can be sure of that. I think insurance has paid for most of that, but fans shouldn't care who's pocket the money is coming out of. They care about its impact on the salary cap and although the Wolves are treated the matter like its national security, I'm pretty sure all of his $11.6 million due for next season comes off the cap/.
because they'd have to give a lot more than that. It would help a lot if Wolves pick was Top 4, not 7
They'll aim for big names. Rose would be an alternative if they swing and miss, IF they need a PG then
doesn't really matter, interchangeable
The real reason: Kahn didn't think Curry was strong enough to be a starting point guard and his dad Dell scared them off from drafting him with threats. But as Steph told me a few years, of course he would have played here. To paraphrase him: His dream was to play in the NBA, but he going to walk away from that, even if for a year?
They had a lot of interest before he got hurt twice