5. Terrell Brandon
An All-Star twice as a Cleveland Cavalier, Terrell Brandon had a lot left to offer when he arrived in Minnesota. The Point Guard was equal mentor as he was a player and would actually see the best Assists numbers of his career. This was also true with his Steals statistics, as he would twice finish in the top ten in Steals per Game.
Brandon, who was with the T-Wolves for three and a half seasons never had a PER under 20, an outstanding number that reflects his overall game.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Point Guard
  • Acquired: Traded from the Milwaukee Bucks as part of a three team trade. The Bucks traded Elliot Perry to the New Jersey Nets. Minnesota traded Paul Grant to Milwaukee. Minnesota traded Chris Carr, Bill Curley and Stephon Marbury to New Jersey. The Nets traded Sam Cassell and Chris Gatling to Milwaukee. The Nets traded Brian Evans and a 1999 1st Round Pick (which would be Wally Szczerbiak) to Minnesota 3/11/99.
  • Departed: Traded to the Atlanta Hawks as part of a four-team trade.  The Atlanta Hawks traded Glenn Robinson and a 2006 2nd Round Pick (which would be Daniel Gibson) to the Philadelphia 76ers.  Minnesota traded Marc Jackson to Philadelphia.  The New York Knicks traded Latrell Sprewell to Minnesota.  Philadelphia traded Randy Holcomb and a 2007 1st Round Pick to Atlanta (which was not received because it was lottery protected).  Philadelphia sent Keith Van Horn to New York 7/23/03.
  • Games Played: 202
  • Per Game Averages: 35.1 MP, .467 eFG%, .895 FT%, 15.6 PTS, 3.5 RB, 8.3 AST, 1.9 STL, 0.3 BLK
  • Advanced Stats: 20.5 PER, .511 TS%, 10.6 VORP, 23.1 WS
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