Ford: Timberwolves could select Syracuse guard Dion Waiters in NBA Draft

Now that the NFL Draft is over it's time to start speculating about the NBA Draft. The Timberwolves own the No. 18 selection in the first round. The team's biggest need is shooting guard, and ESPN's Chad Ford thinks Syracuse's Dion Waiters could be available.
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Now that the NFL Draft is over it's time to start speculating about the NBA Draft. The Timberwolves own the No. 18 selection in the first round. The team's biggest need is shooting guard, and ESPN's Chad Ford thinks Syracuse's Dion Waiters could be available.

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