Minnesota Timberwolves: Top 30 Scorers in Franchise History

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Another week, another dive into the the Timberwolves history books.

Nov 27, 2015; Sacramento, CA, USA; Minnesota Timberwolves guard Andrew Wiggins (22), guard Zach LaVine (8), forward Kevin Garnett (21) and center Karl-Anthony Towns (32) look on during a timeout against the Sacramento Kings during the third quarter at Sleep Train Arena. The The Timberwolves won 101-91. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

We started out by examining the top-10 draft picks in Wolves history, followed by the top-20 individual performances. This time around, we’re back with the top-30 scorers in franchise history.

There’s no official criteria for “top scorer” in this piece. It isn’t necessarily total point scored in a player’s career or even their stint with the Wolves, nor is it solely based on their points per game average. We’ll factor in all of those items, of course, but efficiency will also play a part.

As with the previous lists, we must begin with a warning that the lower reaches of this list are kind of…sad. The Timberwolves haven’t exactly been a model franchise, and a list that goes 30-deep is a surface-scratching example of just that.

We’ll have a video of each player as well, so enjoy this trip down memory lane. And remember, Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins are on the roster now, and should be for years to come.

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