Minnesota Timberwolves: Top 30 Scorers in Franchise History

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#26 – Troy Hudson

One of Kevin Garnett‘s favorite Timberwolf’s of all-time, T-Hud averaged 10 points per game in a Wolves uniform while shooting 36.4 percent from beyond the arc.

He was an important player on the 2002-03 Timberwolves, averaging 14.2 points over 79 contests, including 74 starts. But then injuries struck, meaning that Hudson only played in 29 games in the 2003-04 season during which the Wolves reached the Western Conference Finals.

The Wolves re-signed Hudson to an ill-advised contract to keep him in Minnesota, but it was one of the Garnett-encouraged contracts that hamstrung the salary cap space that Kevin McHale had to work with. Not necessarily Hudson’s fault, of course, but a reality of his tenure with the Wolves.

Hudson was known for hot streaks and monster quarters, and he was exactly what you might expect from a hot-handed scorer. But those moments didn’t come frequently enough for T-Hud to climb higher than #26 in our rankings.

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