Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The Wolves Suck, Buth There's Always the 2008 NBA Draft

The Minnesota Timberwolves are now 0-5, one of three teams remaining without a win. While Randy Wittman has the kids playing hard, valuing defense, this team is just too young to have much success this season, even when Randy Foye returns from injury. There is reason for optimism though: the 2008 NBA draft. At this pace, the Timberwolves will not only end up with a lottery pick in the draft, they should end up with a top five pick. So, here's a list of the most talented NBA prospects entering this 2007-08 collegiate season. Click each name, read each scouting report, watch the Youtube clips, and begin fantasizing about next year.
  • O.J. Mayo Ht: 6'5" Wt: 210 College: USC Position: PG/SG Year: Freshman
  • Derrick Rose Ht: 6'4" Wt: 195 College: Memphis Position: PG Year: Freshman
  • Eric Gordon Ht: 6'4" Wt: 220 College: Indiana Position: PG/SG Year: Freshman
  • Michael Beasley Ht: 6'9" Wt: 235 College: Kansas St. Position: SF/PF Year: Freshman
  • Kevin Love Ht: 6'9" Wt: 260 College: UCLA Position: PF Year: Freshman
  • Kosta Koufos Ht: 7'1" Wt: 260 College: Ohio St. Position: C Year: Freshman
  • Roy Hibbert Ht: 7'2" Wt: 278 College: Georgetown Position: C Year: Senior
  • Chase Budinger Ht: 6'7" Wt: 215 College: Arizona Position: SG Year: Sophomore
  • DeAndre Jordan Ht: 7'0" Wt: 250 College: Texas A&M Position: C Year: Freshman
  • Nicolas Batum Ht: 6'8" Wt: 210 Team: Le Mans, France Position: SG/SF Born: 1988

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