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The team's goal for the draft is simple: Improve, by any means necessary.
It the Wolves stay put at where they are, here are five names they could be looking to select.
Teams may guarantee a draft pick they will take him at a certain spot in an effort to prevent him from working out for other teams. But it's a practice Wolves President Gersson Rosas said the Wolves won't do
Gersson Rosas minces no words when it comes to evaluating the Wolves roster. This is Karl-Anthony Towns' team, and the Wolves universe revolves around their All-Star big man.
A source said Pablo Prigioni will be the "offensive coordinator" that President Gersson Rosas outlined last month when discussing the staff he would like to have under Ryan Saunders.
Seated in front of family, Ryan Saunders was able to prevent his emotions from overwhelming him as the Timberwolves introduced the former interim coach as their permanent one.
Players such as Karl-Anthony Towns endorsed Ryan Saunders' candidacy in the final weeks of the season even after the Wolves were eliminated from the playoffs.
The franchise still has never moved up from their assigned spot in lottery history. The New Orleans Pelicans had better luck, obtaining the No. 1 pick.
A source told the Star Tribune that Gersson Rosas should make a decision on the head coaching position by the end of the week or over the weekend.
Gersson Rosas, the team's new president of basketball operations, is set to represent the Wolves in Chicago at Tuesday's draft lottery, the annual event in which the future of several franchises hinge on the fate of pingpong balls.