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Mock Draft: Muhammad, Zeller, Caldwell-Pope on Wolves' radar

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With the NBA Draft less than 48 hours away we're finding more and more mock drafts ... and none of them seem to agree on who the Timberwolves will select with the No. 9 overall pick.

NBADraft.net has the Wolves selecting Indiana power forward Cody Zeller.

Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated tabbed UCLA guard/forward Shabazz Muhammad as the Wolves' pick.

SBNation thinks the Wolves will end up with Georgia shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

David Aldridge of NBA.com also has Caldwell-Pope going to the Wolves.

The guys at CBSSports.com haven't updated their mocks in the last two weeks, but they have Alex Len of Maryland or C.J. McCollum of Lehigh headed to Minnesota.

Meanwhile, Chad Ford of ESPN reports the Wolves are one of three teams trying to acquire the No. 1 pick from Cleveland.

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