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I honestly see this scenario as the most unlikely of the five, but I am including it nonetheless.
This scenario begins the same as scenario three, without a hitch, since Washington would undoubtedly select Derrick Williams with the first overall pick.
It is the next pick where things get complicated...
Even if Minnesota ends up signing Rubio, I am hard pressed to believe that it would pass on a player like Kyrie Irving for anyone not named Derrick Williams.
Yes, Kawhi Leonard seems like he will be a great prospect at SF, but it simply does not make sense for Minnesota to take him over Kyrie.
Instead, Minnesota would be better off drafting Kyrie Irving simply to trade him (or it could trade Rubio instead) for whomever it wants.
For example, if the Timberwolves really wanted Kawhi Leonard, then it could trade Kyrie Irving to whichever team picks Leonard and get him and more since it would essentially be in the position of power as far as trade talks would go.
Nevertheless, unlikely as it may be, if Minnesota does for some reason pass on Kyrie Irving, then Toronto would luck out and grab him with the third overall pick.