David Kahn's ALL-TIME Transactions

David Kahn made an impression with the Wolves Nation. Some of the Wolves Nation may have a good impression or a bad impression. Kahn has shown glimpses of greatness and mental retardation! I heard someone asked for a list of Kahn's worst transaction. I will do the worst and the best. Don't forget to give your opinion and vote for your favorites. Before you talk smack remember that yesterday was the last official day of the McFail Era. 2012 12th overall pick: Austin Rivers

My Top 5 Worst David Kahn Transactions

1. Utah acquired forward/center Al Jefferson from Minnesota for center Kosta Koufos, Memphis' protected 2011 first-round pick and an additional future protected first-round pick. This turned out to be Chase Budinger.

2. Minnesota signed Darko Milicic to a 4-yr Contract

3. Minnesota signed guard Luke Ridnour to a four-year contract.

4. Minnesota traded the draft rights to guard Ty Lawson to Denver for a 2010 conditional first-round pick. This turned out to be Martell Webster

5a. Minnesota named Kurt Rambis head coach.

5b. Minnesota drafted Johnny Flynn. Passed on Stephen Curry

My Top 5 Best David Kahn Transactions

1. Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Ricky Rubio

2. Minnesota Timberwolves signed Kevin Love to a contract extension.

3. Minnesota Timberwolves named Rick Adelman coach.

4. Minnesota traded guards Randy Foye and Mike Miller to Washington for the 2009 No. 5 draft pick, forwards Etan Thomas, Darius Songaila Oleksiy Pecherov. Although the 5th pick was Flynn, it was a good move in principal.

5a. Minnesota acquired forward Michael Beasley from Miami for a 2011 and 2014 second-round draft picks and cash considerations.

5b. Minnesota president of basketball operations David Kahn fined $50,000 for inappropriate comments about F Michael Beasley. The team was also fined $50,000 for Kahn's remarks.

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