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Northwest Notes: Nuggets, T’Wolves, Brown, Curry

Flip Saunders is the leading man in the Timberwolves' front office, but he's searching for two executives to help assist him in day-to-day operations.  This morning, we learned that Wizards vice president of player personnel Milt Newton sat down with the T'Wolves to formally interview for the GM position while they could also promote former Raptors GM Rob Babcock from within.  Here's the latest out of the Northwest Division..

  • The Northwest Division is the best example this offseason of the cyclical nature of the league, writes Royce Young of  The Nuggets have slipped after losing their GM and failing to re-sign their top offseason target in Andre Iguodala.  Meanwhile, the Timberwolves could take the divisional crown after making a few shrewd moves and getting Kevin Love back.
  • Bobby Brown has until August 15th to exercise his opt out clause with China's DongGuan Leopards and AJ Mitnick of Sheridan Hoops sees the Jazz as a good fit for the lighting quick point guard.  Brown averaged 18.3 PPG in Euroleague last year and improved greatly as a true one-guard.
  • Seth Curry says that Timberwolves are among the teams that have extended a training camp invitation to him, writes Mark Berman of The Roanoke Times.  The Warriors, Spurs, and Bobcats have also invited the undrafted Duke guard to camp.
  • Earlier today, we looked at the latest on the Thunder.
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5 thoughts on “Northwest Notes: Nuggets, T’Wolves, Brown, Curry

  1. zak chrzaszcz

    I certainly hope they pick up a real 2 or 3, Ridnour can shoot decent but he is absolutely terrible on D and Wes is just terrible outside of the occasional put back or oop.

  2. A rumor about the Wolves acquiring a 2 needs at least some hint of what talent is being shopped in return. Spare parts, for a low-upside guard? Beasley for someone with higher upside?

  3. FlaveFlava

    I think that question that Anthony Davis question is absurd. He was the consensus number one pick. People knew Davis still needed to develop and bulk up before he reaches his potential. I’m not saying Lillard is at his peak either, but you can’t discredit the Hornets for making the obvious pick.

  4. Sky14

    Wait..since when are the New Orleans Pelicans in the Northwest?

    • HoopsRumors

      Ha, good call! Though with the Hornets becoming the Pelicans in the city where the Jazz used to play, and the Bobcats becoming the Hornets, not to mention Oklahoma City’s presence in the Northwest Division, I’ll forgive my colleague a little confusion here.


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