The 2017 NBA Draft will be held this Thursday, June 22nd, at 6 p.m. Central Time. With the draft coming up fast, let’s take a look at five Timberwolves draft prospects. This includes analyzing which player they most represent in the NBA, as well as their respective ceilings and floors.
The Timberwolves have had good success over the past four years in the draft, landing Karl-Anthony Towns, Zach Lavine, Shabazz Muhammad, and Gorgui Dieng. (Technically, the Wolves didn’t draft Muhammad and Dieng, but they did tell the Utah Jazz who to draft, and vice versa before consummating a trade for Trey Burke on draft night in 2013.