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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.

8. Terrell Brandon

Terrell Brandon was the 11th Overall Pick in the 1991 Draft, and he would spend his first three years and change serving as the backup Point Guard to Mark Price.  Brandon would become the team's starter officially in the 1995/96 season where he would go on a two-year streak of All-Star Game appearances and would average 19.4 Points per Game and would be regarded as one of the most accurate shooters in the sport.  He would have a PER of 25.2 and 21.5 respectively and was in the top three in Free Throw Percentage both of those years. 

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