Year-Round News & Updates on the Minnesota Timberwolves
ESPN is in the midst of their third-annual #NBARank and for the next few weeks while they unveil all 500 players ranked, we'll be taking a look at where our Minnesota Timberwolves players land.
Brewer's back! A season ago Corey was ranked #203 and he jumped another 50+ places this year, landing at #152 with an average score of 4.91.
With Budinger out, Adelman has all but confirmed that Brewer will be the starter to begin the year. Corey is an athletic freak who excels on the fast break, is known for his defense and has recently added a corner three-pointer to help further round out his game.
He'll be asked to do some Kirilenko-like things for the Wolves this year, however I wouldn't expect him to score as much as AK and we know he's not as good a defender, but he's the same type of complementary player that does the little things to get his team wins.
I'm excited to see run-outs by Brewer, alley-oops from him to Rubio and Love throwing an outlet pass three-quarters-court length for a Brewer jam. I didn't like when the Wolves traded him a few years back and I'm definitely glad he's back home in Minnesota.
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