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.
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.
Yes, we know that this is taking a while!
As many of you know, we here at Notinhalloffame.com are slowly generating the 50 of each major North American sports team. That being said, we have existing Top 50 lists out and we always consistently look to update them when we can and based on necessity. As such, we are very happy to present our third revision of our top 50 Minnesota Timberwolves of all-time.
As for all of our top 50 players in basketball we look at the following:
1. Advanced Statistics.
2. Traditional statistics and how they finished in the NBA.
3. Playoff accomplishments.
4. Their overall impact on the team and other intangibles not reflected in a stat sheet.
This one went a complete overhaul, which was reflected in our top five as seen below.
The complete list can be found here, but as always, we announce our top five in this article. They are:
3. Kevin Love
Our top five remains the same, but there has been tinkering throughout the rest of the list.
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