The Minnesota Timberwolves have finally released their roster for play in the Las Vegas Summer League, in which they play their first game on Friday evening. The release from the team is here, and the roster can be seen below.
Other than Dunn, Adreian Payne and Tyus Jones, none of the current Timberwolves will play, which is not really surprising. Compared to last year's roster, highlighted by Zach LaVine and Karl-Anthony Towns, it's a little less star-studded. For comparison, Jones has played more NBA minutes than every player on the roster except Payne combined, and that's only close because of Toure' Murry.
You can find links to Basketball Reference and/or DraftExpress profiles of each new player here: Keith Benson, Coty Clark, Majok Deng, Jarrid Famous, Kris Joseph, Toure' Murry, Kevin Punter, Xavier Silas, Scott Suggs, Devin Thomas. Ryan Saunders will once again coach the team.
Here's a refresher on the schedule of the Wolves' first three games (they'll play up to two more in a tournament stage later in the week). All times Central.
Friday, July 8, 7:30pm, Thomas & Mack Center: vs. Denver (ESPN)
Sunday, July 10, 5:00pm, Cox Pavilion: vs. Toronto: vs. Toronto
Monday, July 11, 7:30pm, Thomas & Mack Center: vs. Cleveland