Ranking the 15 Greatest Timberwolves: #5-1

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Feb 25, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Timberwolves forward

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(21) salutes the fans during a game against the Washington Wizards at Target Center. Mandatory Credit: Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

The final installment is here! Finally, the top-five Wolves will be revealed.

First, I’d like to take some time to mention a few players who just missed the cut. Here are a few honorable mentions:

  • Troy Hudson – T-Hud has more of a sentimental value to myself and Wolves fans alike. I just wanted to bring his name up because he was a key role player on those really good Wolves teams in 2003 and 2004.
  • Ty Corbin – Corbin was another young player the Wolves had in the early going of the franchise. In his two-and-a-half years he averaged 16.2 points per game and then was traded to Utah for Thurl Bailey.
  • Anthony Peeler – Peeler was known for his long-range shooting ability. His 465 3-point field goals made is still a Wolves franchise record and will likely stand for years to come.

Alright, I won’t keep you in suspense any longer. Let’s get into the top-five.

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