Minnesota Timberwolves Case Study

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NBA rumors are swirling around the web that Joakim Noah is leaving the Chicago Bulls for Minnesota Timberwolves. The former Florida Gator’s star will become a free agent this offseason, and despite the fact that Noah isn’t at his peak anymore level anymore, he could still draw plenty of interest in the table. His current team, The Chicago Bulls, want to keep him, but Minnesota Timberwolves might be also interested to him.

The Minnesota Timberwolves are a team that promises great potential and that a lot of people expect it to get improve in the near future. With their new-ly hired head coach Tom Thibodeau and nice mixed of young and old players, people could see them being a playoff team by next year.

But Minnesota has one big problem on board, its older players are not providing enough help on the court. Tayshaun Prince proven ineffective and Kevin Garnett still on injury list. Going for the next season, getting a player that can provide a boost on the court would be a great idea for the Timberworlves, a possible solution would be the veteran Joakim Noah.

Joakim Noah, a two-time NBA All-Star, has been known in the court for his high-energy play especially on the defensive side. Noah is tenacious rebounder and a good passer at the center position. He is also capable of some finishing touch close to the basket. The 6’11” former Florida
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The franchise just hired Tom Thibodeau as their new head coach and team president, and now they’re going for team rebuilding, acquiring outside talents. Reports said that the Timberwolves will have plenty of money to spend this offseason through strategic acquisitions. The new coach Thibodeau will be looking to add some veterans to Minnesota as a part of his team strategy. Many people expect Thibodeau to go after his former players this summer, one potential target is Joakim
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