The Minnesota Timberwolves haven't had great success with number two picks in the NBA Draft. After trading for Darko Milicic and re-signing him to a $20 million contract, they ended up amnestying him because he couldn't crack the rotation or stay in shape. After trading for Michael Beasley, they weren't able to make him a part of the game plan and ended up letting him walk without tendering a qualifying offer.

They selected Derrick Williams with the second pick in the 2011 Draft and haven't been able to find a spot for him in two-plus seasons under Rick Adelman. They have Kevin Love at his natural position and he's not capable of playing the small forward position. Because of this, they've been looking to move him. According to Marc Stein of ESPN.com, they may have a deal with the Sacramento Kings soon in exchange for Luc Richard Mbah a Moute.

The Wolves have been looking for more defenders that can be versatile in defending multiple positions. Mbah a Moute would certainly give them that as he can defend both forward positions. However, it would be selling awfully low on a No. 2 pick just a few years ago.