Wrapping up the Wolves Summer League Performance

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Jul 10, 2015; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Los Angeles Lakers center Robert Upshaw (12) is blocked out by Minnesota Timberwolves forward

Karl-Anthony Towns

(32) during an NBA Summer League game at Thomas & Mack Center. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

The Wolves finished the Las Vegas Summer League with a disappointing 1-4 record, but of course the most important thing in mid-July is the development and overall performance of the rookies and second-year players.

There were five players who are currently under contract with the Wolves that saw action in Summer League: rookies Karl-Anthony Towns and Tyus Jones, second-year players Zach LaVine and Adreian Payne, and third-year man Lorenzo Brown. We’ll run down each player and discuss their overall stat lines as well as the individual highs and lows of their showings in Vegas.

Later on Saturday, we’ll have another No Frills Wolves podcast with Justin Schardin discussing Summer League in totality, as well as any affect that the individual performances may have on roster decisions in the fall.

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