Second thoughts

  • Updated: June 27, 2007 - 9:41 PM

In 1989, when the Timberwolves conducted their first NBA draft, they wound up with Doug West with the second of their two second-round picks. Nice job. Since then? Lots of misses until last season, when Craig Smith was taken with the 36th overall pick. Here's a look at some players who might still be available to the Wolves in the second round:

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Tampa Bay - WP: E. Ramirez 8 FINAL
NY Yankees - LP: I. Nova 1
Toronto - WP: M. Estrada 10 FINAL
Detroit - LP: J. Verlander 5
Milwaukee - WP: T. Jungmann 6 FINAL
Cincinnati - LP: M. Leake 1
Houston - LP: T. Sipp 4 FINAL
Boston - WP: M. Barnes 5
Philadelphia - WP: L. Garcia 4 FINAL
Atlanta - LP: N. Masset 0
Cleveland - LP: D. Salazar 3 FINAL
Pittsburgh - WP: G. Cole 5
Baltimore - WP: M. Gonzalez 9 FINAL
Chicago WSox - LP: C. Rodon 1
Minnesota - LP: B. Boyer 2 FINAL
Kansas City - WP: G. Holland 3
San Diego - LP: I. Kennedy 1 FINAL
St. Louis - WP: L. Lynn 3
Miami - LP: M. Latos 0 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - WP: K. Hendricks 2
Seattle - WP: M. Montgomery 2 FINAL
Oakland - LP: C. Bassitt 1
NY Mets - WP: S. Matz 8 FINAL
Los Angeles - LP: M. Bolsinger 0
Colorado - WP: J. De La Rosa 6 FINAL
Arizona - LP: R. De La Rosa 4
LA Angels - WP: C. Wilson 12 FINAL
Texas - LP: C. Lewis 6
San Francisco - LP: G. Kontos 1 FINAL
Washington - WP: J. Zimmermann 3
San Jose 0 FINAL
Portland 1
Hamilton 52 FINAL
Winnipeg 26
Calgary 11 FINAL
Montreal 29
Brt Columbia 16 FINAL
Ottawa 27
Toronto 42 FINAL
Saskatchewan 40
Seattle 64 FINAL
Atlanta 72
Phoenix 94 FINAL
Los Angeles 91
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