Kevin Love (2008-Present): Seems to be a more consistent player than Big Al, but hasn't played long enough to be considered in the best of the decade.
Fred Hoiberg (2003-Present): Almost was invited to the three-point shootout one year, but a career-ending heart problem gave him a front office job that he still retains. Though he only spent two years as a player, he's still here.
Chauncey Billups (2000-2002): The team he is least famous for playing for, but he was here, and had what was then a career-high year in assists, and led the team in them in the short stint of playing in Minnesota.
Randy Foye (2006-2009): Another great Timberwolf struck by something slightly out of his control; he was the one we traded Brandon Roy for. Despite that, he had some solid years in Minnesota, and was a valuable trade asset for that player we never got.
Joe Smith (1998-2003): You could argue that he played well while he was here, but he was the player that lost us years of first round draft picks, and will remembered as such.
Malik Sealy (1998-2000): The first Timberwolf to retire his number. No. 2 will always hang from the Target Center rafters after a car accident in 2000 cost him his life. He hit numerous buzzer-beaters in just two seasons in Minnesota, and he will always be remembered by his many fans.
(years in parentheses indicate years spent as a Timberwolf)