Let’s take stock in the Minnesota Timberwolves’ bench players and review who’s up and who’s down.
This is the second half of a two-part series which started with a review of the Minnesota Timberwolves starting five and President of Basketball Operations and Coach Tom Thibedeau performance.
The Timberwolves are Tom Thibodeau’s team, as an executive, he’s assembled the roster and as a coach, he’s developed the players. Timberwolves have been consistently in the fourth seed in the Western Conference (27-9) and first place (9-2) in the Northwest division with a 36-25 record.
After the All-Star break, they have twenty games remaining on their schedule and are likely to make the playoffs if they can continue to win games at a similar pace.
I’ve compared career averages for the number of minutes played, points scored, assists and rebounds with this seasons numbers for each player.
That will help provide a partial statistical snapshot of each players performance this season with the first column in bold being career average and the second column this season totals and the final column indicating if the player’s performance is UP, DOWN or EVEN.