Something the Wolves lack within their roster is a consistent playmaker. If the team can’t find the right trade suiter for the No. 1 pick, the best playmaker in the draft, LaMelo Ball, could be the direction the team is headed.
For the first time since Karl Anthony-Towns was drafted in 2015, the Minnesota Timberwolves have the first overall pick in the NBA Draft. President of Basketball Operations, Gersson Rosas will look to find the right piece to put with the duo of Towns and D’Angelo Russell whether that means drafting a young talent or possibly trading the pick all together.