So far we've decided resoundingly to trade Al Jefferson instead of Kevin Love, barely to pick Evan Turner over all others, and the majority of us think that if the rights to Ricky Rubio are to be traded, it should only be for a top pick, prospect, or player, or some combination thereof.
Today's LST is a little more esoteric: How hard do you want the Wolves to try to win next year?
The team could keep playing for more lottery balls, give the youngsters most of the minutes but still try to win, or pull out all the stops and add veterans to win now. Which way would you prefer the team go? Let's hear it!
What realistic philosophy should the Wolves adopt towards winning next year?
Continue "developing" their way towards drafting Harrison Barnes (20 wins?) (13 votes)
Start and play the youngsters, but try to win every game possible (30 wins?) (136 votes)
Screw the future! Win now by adding veterans, regardless of the cost (40 wins?) (11 votes)
160 total votes