The T-Wolves got a building block in Foye in last year's draft.
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2006-07:
  • 32-49, Third Place in Northwest Division
Key Rotation Players Returning:
Needs:
  • Shooter
  • Bench depth
Analysis:
The Wolves failed to make the postseason after finishing third in the Northwest Division. A knee injury sidelined Rashad McCants for much of the season. Kevin Garnett led the team in points and rebounds again with 22.4 ppg and 12.8 rpg, but he failed to carry the team above .500. Minnesota relieved head coach Dwyane Casey of his duties midseason and following the completion of the season, they signed interim coach, Randy Wittman, who compiled a 12-30 record, to a multi-year contract. They should get some help with the seventh overall pick in the 2007 draft, but they've already made a change by dealing Mike James and Justin Reed to Houston for Juwan Howard on June 14.
No. 7

No. 41 (from PHI)
  • Chris Richard

2006
6. Brandon Roy*
36. Craig Smith
37. Bobby Jones*

2005
14. Rashad McCants
47. Bracey Wright

2004
58. Blake Stepp

* Draft Rights Traded

Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Player 5 + - +/- Min +/- /Min G
K. Garnett M. Jaric R. McCants R. Foye C. Smith 179 -131 48 76:21 .628 16
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"McHale stressed the need to get bigger and taller at the small forward, power forward and center positions. McHale, a former low-post menace for the Boston Celtics, believes in size."
-- Rick Alonzo, St. Paul Pioneer Press

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