SnP says that one of the Wolves' strategies may be to keep space open in 2011 to add a big-time free agent. That sounds wise, but upon further review of the actual list of restricted and unrestricted free agents that year, it appears that the candidates will be Melo, Durant, and . . .
Melo's already discussing signing an extension with the Nuggets, and I don't think that Durant will be leaving OKC any time soon. So that not only begs the question of who else might be signable, but is this a good plan for the Wolves? And should they turn down offers that might bring them a top rookie now, but will also tie up cap space for the next few years/