This Cavs-T’Wolves trade would send Karl-Anthony Towns to Cleveland

Since losing in the Western Conference Finals in 2004, the Minnesota Timberwolves have made the playoffs just once since then in 2018 and have made 13 NBA Draft lottery selections in that time span. The Timberwolves have had just one winning season in the last decade, but things are definitely starting to change in Minnesota. 

Karl-Anthony Towns is one of the best big men in the entire league and was set to be named an All-Star for the third consecutive season before injuring his wrist, which kept him out the rest of the season. Towns is the face of the franchise and at just 25-years old, is a player the Timberwolves can be very successful with, assuming they do not trade him like most of their All-Star players in the past.

If they do decide to trade Towns, especially since he is now injured again with a wrist injury and out for several games, the Minnesota Timberwolves could seek out a trade with the Cavaliers in order to bring in another NBA All-Star level center, as well as a slew of draft picks. 

It may not be a bad idea for Minnesota to see what they could get for a guy like Karl-Anthony Towns, especially since this is one of the younger teams in the league and they could set themselves up for success in the NBA Draft for many years to come. Of course, players like Towns do not come around every day, but neither do trade packages that include 3-4 first-round picks!

With D’Angelo Russell calling the shots as the team’s floor general and with Malik Beasley and No. 1 overall pick Anthony Edwards controlling the scoring on the wing for the T-Wolves, Minnesota could make the move to trade KAT and bring in a consistent, All-Star center in his place, as well as a lot of draft capital.

Let’s take a look at a trade that would completely shake up things in the Eastern Conference as Karl-Anthony Towns would be on his way to Cleveland. 

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