The wolves need a starting caliber 2 guard. They need a player who can create off the bounce. The need a number one option on offense. All of these needs have been mentioned by us at this site as well as coaches and front office personnel in the wolves organization. Up until the acquisition of Mike Beasley, it seemed that since Kahn has been in the front office, that he has selected and acquired "nice guys". Players who are squeaky clean with no baggage or attitude issues. Then the Beasley acquisition. Don't get me wrong I like that move, but if Kahn didn't mind so much Beasley's so called issues, why then did he not use that mindset for the draft? ESPECIALLY when you could have done it at the end of the first round and even into round 2? The player who we should have taken a flyer on was Lance Stephenson. Ya I know it's only summer league but he appears to be the real deal and potentially would have at least ATTEMPTED to address the needs mentioned above. I guess I would like Kahn to explain why Lance wasn't even considered. Anyone have any clue as to why he may not have been?