If you were the Minnesota Timberwolves.. Would you want to trade Beasely in order to give DWilliams the playing time to develop into what could potentially be the face of the franchise for years to come?
What are your thoughts?
I'm a big supporter of him and think the Wolves should trade Beasely by getting involved in one of those megadeals with Howard or Paul where they could also get some good return value.
They're going to wait and see how Williams is playing around the trade deadline,then make that choice...Honestly i think right now,Williams have more trade value than Beasley...
The TWolves would not be getting max value on a Beasley trade now.
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