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PG: Ricky Rubio
SG: Wesley Johnson
SF: Michael Beasley
PF: Anthony Tolliver
C: Darko Milicic
All these five Wolves can their hold defensively, but it's hard to call any of them elite at this point.
Anthony Tolliver and Michael Beasley were one and two in defensive efficiency last season, and Wes Johnson is considered an above average defender. It's a shame he always got stuck with the Kobes and the LeBrons of the league, otherwise he'd be much more efficient. Beasley also showed sparks of greatness last season, but he definitely can improve on that side of the floor.
Ricky Rubio won the 2009 Spanish League Defensive Player of the Year award, and seems to show above average on-ball defense. He is also very quick with his hands, averaging almost two steals per game in just 20 minutes of play.
Last but not certainly not least, Darko Milicic is the post defense of the team. Due to the liabilities that are Kevin Love and Derrick Williams, the Human Victory Cigar posted phenomenal block numbers but couldn't seem to stay in the game very long due to foul trouble.