At the moment, the Wolves have zero wing players on their roster that you would actually want playing if you were trying to, you know, win games. (Unless you count Alexey Shved, who I view more as a point guard). I realized that they somehow need to come up with two starters and a viable backup one way or another this summer, and I started to panic. Panic is something I do well.
What I usually don't do well is make lists, but I'm gonna give it a try here. The Wolves have roughly $7M in cap space if they renounce Andrei Kirilenko, and a few trade pieces of dubious value. With that, they need to find a way to get three of the following:
Andrei Kirilenko (non-Bird Rights)
Chase Budinger (Bird Rights)
*Intentionally left off a few guys who I don't see as viable like Monta Ellis and Andre Iguodala. Very possible I forgot some viable guys. Note in comments.
Trade targets who might be available*
Limited to guys I really think could get traded; other suggestions welcome.
So OK. With the Wolves assets, how do they acquire three of these guys? Who are the correct three?
It's up to you. Go.