With rumors swirling around about the unhappiness of Karl-Anthony Towns, NBA teams will be calling the Minnesota Timberwolves with trade offers. Here's what those offers will look like.
It's hard to imagine anyone in Minnesota is happy with their recent stretch of play, and that includes Towns as he's been watching on the sidelines while nursing a knee injury.
The Timberwolves know they need to win in order to keep KAT in Minnesota. Even though he is currently in the first year of a five year deal, we've seen multiple examples of stars forcing their way out of town over the past few years regardless of their contractual obligations.
While the Wolves certainly aren't ready to trade their franchise cornerstone just a couple of months into this new era of Minnesota basketball, Gersson Rosa's phone will be ringing from now until the trade deadline with inquiries about Towns' availability.
Those potential trade offers would have to be pretty substantial for Rosas to listen to them, but he needs to consider every opportunity otherwise he's not doing his job.
In this article, I try to predict what those type of offers will look like as the NBA trade season heats up.