Minnesota Timberwolves: Ranking the Most Efficient Defenders of the 10-11 Season

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Minnesota Timberwolves: Ranking the Most Efficient Defenders of the 10-11 Season
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The Minnesota Timberwolves were one of the worst teams defensively during the 2010-11 season.

Using 82games.com, I have pulled together a formula to decipher just how efficient each player on the Wolves was on defense.

Of course, there are variables to how these numbers ended up. Different lineups and strategies definitely could have factored into it, but it's safe to say that since the testing period is over a full season, that these should be considered fairly accurate.

In order to qualify, the player must have played 20 percent of the season's total minutes and be on the season-ending roster, so that means that Sebastian Telfair, Anthony Randolph, and Corey Brewer are not eligible.

With all that in mind, thanks for reading!

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