Minnesota Timberwolves: Top 30 Scorers in Franchise History

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#19 – Randy Foye

The Timberwolves traded Brandon Roy to land Randy Foye back on draft night in 2006, and Foye himself was ultimately traded along with Mike Miller to the Washington Wizards to acquire the fifth-overall selection in the 2009 NBA Draft, which was used on Ricky Rubio.

Foye was solid as a rookie for the Wolves while playing primarily point guard. As his career in Minnesota progressed, he showed solid potential playing the two-guard alongside blossoming big man Al Jefferson after Kevin Garnett was shipped to Boston. In fact, Foye averaged 16.3 points while playing a whopping 35.6 minutes per game for the 2008-09 Timberwolves.

Over three seasons in Minnesota, Foye shot three-pointers at a 37.4 percent clip and scored in a variety of ways, using his six-foot, four-inch frame to get over and around small point guards and his quickness to score on bigger two-guards. He flashed the ability to be a solid NBA rotation player, and that’s exactly what he has been since moving on from the Wolves.

He’s now in his age-32 season, which is also his third year in Denver after one in Washington, two with the L.A. Clippers, and one in Utah with the Jazz. He’s averaging 11.2 points per game for his career to go along with a 37.2 percent mark from downtown.

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