The Minnesota Timberwolves organization is apparently unhappy with their backcourt and come June 27th, the night of the 2013 NBA Draft, some changes are going to be made – this according to a report from the Star Tribune.
The T’Wolves have made no secrets about their desire to draft Indiana guard Victor Oladipo and are more than willing to move up to do so. However, drafting Oladipo would already add to a roster full of guards so team president Flip Saunders has a plan to make additional room – trade either Luke Ridnour or J.J. Barea and do so quickly.
They also likely will trade one of two veteran guards —Luke Ridnour and J.J. Barea —by draft night.
The Wolves’ biggest need is a traditionally sized shooting guard and Saunders has stated more than once that he wants — and expects — to get with that ninth pick a player who can help his team next season.