Timberwolves 2013 NBA Draft trade
The Minnesota Timberwolves tonight announced the team has acquired a 2014 second-round pick and cash considerations from Golden State in exchange for Malcolm Lee and the rights to the 26th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft (Andre Roberson). The Wolves then completed tonight’s NBA Draft by selecting N.C. State guard Lorenzo Brown (52nd pick) and Bojan Dubljevic (59th pick) in the second round.
Brown, 22, started 95 of 101 games during his collegiate career at N.C. State, finishing as one of only three players in school history with over 500 career assists (589). As a junior this past season, Brown averaged 12.4 points and an ACC-best 7.2 assists per game, the highest single-season assist average by a Wolfpack player since 1990-91. He ranked second in the ACC in steals (2.0), being named to the All-ACC Second Team by both the media and coaches. Brown finished up his three-year collegiate career averaging 11.6 points and 5.8 assists per game.