Minnesota Timberwolves: Top 30 Scorers in Franchise History

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#29 – Corey Brewer

The 29th-best scorer in Timberwolves franchise history has averaged just 9.9 points per game in a Wolves uniform.

Corey Brewer, has, however, played in 337 games over parts of six seasons in Minnesota, and combined with his 51-point outburst in a game against the Houston Rockets in April of 2014, it’s enough to get him onto this list.

Brewer is not, in any sense of the word, a “scorer”. He’s a 28.9 percent career three-point shooter as of this writing, despite launching 3.3 attempts from beyond the arc per 36 minutes. He’s only a 71.1 percent free throw shooter, and his career true shooting percentage is just 50.

But he’s an active player who scores in a variety of ways, including one memorable season being on the business end of a handful of outlet passes from Kevin Love during the 2013-14 season. He’s also played the ninth-most minutes in Wolves history, with Anthony Peeler being the only player with more minutes that didn’t land on this top-30 list.

And who knows, Brew could be back some day. He likes playing in Minnesota and he’d be a nice role player to have on a Ricky Rubio-led playoff team in the next couple of years…

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