With the second pick in a "two-player" draft, most teams will take one of the vaunted two players.
Still, the Timberwolves will have to consider other options with the number two pick.
One of these options is Enes Kanter.
If anyone were to shake up the 2011 NBA Draft, expect it to be David Kahn.
The selection of Kanter at number two would definitely change the course of the entire Draft.
Now, the best route for Minnesota would be to pursue a trade to move down and still select Kanter, if he is indeed their prized prospect.
They have been reportedly pursuing this option through trades with the Cavaliers and the fourth pick, as well as the Raptors and the fifth pick.
Enes Kanter is the one top-five player in this draft that directly fulfills a need for the Timberwolves.
He will be on their radar throughout the next nine days leading up to the Draft, as he should be.
Timberwolves fans hope that if they do end up with him, it is not via the second selection.
That is a waste of an asset, and even Kahn rarely does that.