Justise Winslow, Wing/Forward, Memphis Grizzlies
The Minnesota Timberwolves need two-way players, and they need them desperately. Justise Winslow is a guy that has regressed since last season, seemingly because of injury. Because of that, it does not seem as though the price would be high to trade for him.
Winslow has a team option on his contract next year, and if the Grizzlies don’t want to accept that option, the Timberwolves could try to grab him for Culver and Hernangomez – two players that don’t really fit what Chris Finch wants to do.
Winslow is averaging seven points, four rebounds, and two assists per game this season through 20 games. He hasn’t played a large number of games in a season since 2018-19, where he started 52 games for the Heat, putting up 13 points, five rebounds, and four assists per game with great defense.
The Timberwolves wouldn’t be giving up much – while getting someone that has the potential to be a high-level role player.