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Sport NBA: Draft: Will the Wolves trade the top pick?

09:15  18 october  2020
09:15  18 october  2020 Source:   spox.com

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Minnesota won the NBA draft lottery on Thursday, with Golden State, Charlotte and Chicago rounding out the top four. The irony in the Wolves and Warriors being the final two teams to receive their picks Thursday was that they engaged in a blockbuster trade at this year's deadline, sending Russell

The thought of trading the pick is as intriguing an option as it was 10 weeks ago, when the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic brought the NBA season to an abrupt halt. Drafting at the top is far more perilous than putting the pick in a trade that sends back someone with an NBA résumé. at Wolves .

The Minnesota Timberwolves have the top pick in the upcoming draft again after five years. For which player they want to use it is still unclear. At the same time, there are rumors that the Wolves can also envision a # 1 pick trade.

Die Minnesota Timberwolves haben beim NBA Draft 2020 den ersten Pick. © Provided by SPOX The Minnesota Timberwolves have the first pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.

According to Jonathan Givony from ESPN , who spoke to several team leaders in the NBA, Minnesota has repeatedly thrown the option into the room of trading the first pick. GM Gersson Rosas was "not rooted" with the pick, they say.

Should the Wolves keep the pick, LaMelo Ball and Anthony Edwards are likely to be the most promising candidates, even if coach Ryan Saunders did not want to look into his cards in a conversation with Sid Hartman ( Star-Tribune ).

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The Timberwolves won the NBA Draft Lottery on Thursday and will have the No. 1 selection in the draft . As the teams with the worst three records in the So long as the Grizzlies didn't jump from No. 14 into the top six, Boston was going to get its pick as stipulated by a trade completed more than five

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"I find a lot of these players interesting," said the coach. "We are completely open. Every draft has good players and we are very open."

Givony also stated that the owner situation in Minnesota could also play a role in the draft decision. Already during the Corona interruption it came out that Wolves owner Glen Taylor would like to sell the franchise. One of the interested parties is ex-Wolves star Kevin Garnett, who has put together a group of financially strong partners.

The Big Ticket was in Minnesota this week but did not want to comment on a possible purchase, according to Chris Hine of the Star Tribune .

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