With the addition of six players on Friday afternoon, the Minnesota Timberwolves have filled their training camp roster to 20 players which will need to be cut down to 15 in late October.
The Timberwolves announced on the team's public relations Twitter the additions of Will Conroy, Mike Harris, Chris Johnson, Phil Jones, Seth Tarver and Jermaine Taylor to the roster.
Taylor is the most experienced of the bunch, with appearances in 65 games with the Rockets and Kings, including 12 starts. The former 2009 second round pick of the Wizards was waived by the Kings at the end of the 2011-12 NBA season.
Also notable is Harris, the MVP of the NBA D-League during the 2009-10 season. He has appeared in 34 regular season games with the Rockets and Wizards, including three postseason appearances with the Rockets. Harris has never made an NBA start, though.
The only other player of the six signings to have made a start is Johnson, who started just one but has appeared in 41 total games.