Timberwolves at No. 4 (and Nos. 16 and 23). Say they can't get to Evan Turner (the likely No. 2 pick by Philadelphia) or Johnson. Do they take Derrick Favors as another power forward to go with Kevin Love and Al Jefferson, himself a power forward masked as a center? Unless they're convinced DeMarcus Cousins is an impending disaster, don't they have to select him as the best true center in the draft? And if they're not sold on Cousins or Favors, then don't the Timberwolves have to trade up or down from the No. 4 pick? The availability of Jefferson adds another variable to this complicated formula.