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Minnesota Timberwolves: Best and Worst Off Season Moves Best Move: Drafting Shabazz Muhammad - Muhammad has his fair share of doubters, but there is no doubt that he is one of the purest scorers in the draft. He was a steal at 14 and fills a big need for the Timberwolves, perimeter scoring. They lacked a go-to player on the perimeter and although Muhammad may not be ready for that big role yet and Kevin Martin will fill that need for now, but Shabazz was an elite scorer in college and within a year, could be the man on the perimeter. The value was excellent at 14 and he fills a need for their future. He could be a big time NBA scorer and is a potential All Star and you cannot do better than that with the last pick in the lottery. Excellent pick Minnesota. Worst Move: Not Re-Signing Nikola Pekovic - First, there is little doubt that Nikola Pekovic will end up back in Minnesota, but it should not be taking so long. This is how it goes for restricted free agents, as they must wait to s...
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