With Andrei Kirilenko reportedly in tow, the Minnesota Timberwolves have significantly reshaped their roster this offseason. General manager David Kahn has shipped out underperforming swingman Wesley Johnson, allowed forwards Michael Beasley and Anthony Randolph to sign elsewhere and added a long list of players: Brandon Roy, Alexey Shved, Chase Budinger, Greg Stiemsma, Dante Cunningham and Robbie Hummel.
According to Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN, Kahn is likely done dealing:
After chat w/ high-level Wolves source, think they're done. Slight chance of 1 more move. Look for 1st rd pick in trade to be the Mem. pick.— Darren Wolfson (@DarrenWolfson) July 26, 2012
In subsequent tweets, Wolfson leaves open the small possibility of Minnesota dealing for another big man. He also reveals that they never seriously pursued sharp-shooting swingman Brandon Rush.
With the failed Nicolas Batum chase and all of these roster moves, Kahn's been a busy man. Perhaps he can get a tiny bit of rest now.