This is the 12th in a 17-part series profiling each player on the Timberwolves' roster leading up to training camp.
That efficacious smile, that passing-lane-defying reach, that random game-turning 3, that goofy pet goat.
They're all back with the free-agent signing of swing man Corey Brewer. But with them come a newfound maturity and invaluable experiences, he says.
And this time, the Timberwolves' top 2007 draft selection is on a supporting cast, not in a lead role.
Ask him. Ask Flip Saunders. Ask coaches from the Denver Nuggets, where Brewer spent the past two seasons. It's the niche life for him.
Finding one for him during his second go-round in the Twin Cities shouldn't prove too difficult.
2012-13 stats: 12.1 PPG, 2.9 RPG, 1.4 SPG, 24.4 MPG,
2013 salary: 4,500,000
Last year: The 2013-13 campaign was without a doubt the best of Brewer's six years in the league so far, and that includes his final season in Minnesota where he scored a career-high 13 points per game.