Andrae Patterson was the Timberwolves' second round draft pick in 1998 (#46) and stuck around for two seasons and 40 games, though a knee injury in his final season limited him to just five games. He was a product of Bobby Knight's Indiana regime after being named Texas's Player of the Year as a high school senior in Abilene (the prettiest town that I've ever seen).
AP's career highs in his two seasons with MN: 12 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 1 block, 24 minutes. In other words, about a typical half for Kevin Garnett. Interestingly, Patterson's career WS is .114.
He played six years in Spain and three in Greece, where he taught Ricky and Pek everything they know. I'm guessing.
He has a wife and two daughters and returned to school to complete his Criminal Justice degree.
I emailed Patterson, now an assistant coach at UT-Arlington, last week to see if he would answer a few questions about his time in Minnesota, but got no response. That's fine, he is retired from the NBA and has no obligation - if he ever did - to fans. If he ever answers, I will post that separately, but figured it was time to move on.