Wolves are hosting a free draft party next Thursday at Target Center


The Timberwolves are inviting fans out to Target Center for an NBA Draft Party next Thursday, June 23.

It's free and open to the public. All you have to do is let them know you're coming. RSVP right here.

Minnesota has the fifth overall pick and there's a good chance they end up with one of the following names:

  • Buddy Hield, G, Oklahoma
  • Jamal Murray, G, Kentucky
  • Dragan Bender, PF, International
  • Henry Ellenson, C, Marquette
  • Kris Dunn, PG, Providence

They could also trade the fifth pick. We've already seen plenty of rumors linking the Wolves and Bulls in a possible deal involving Jimmy Butler, although the latest on that makes it look fairly unlikely.

Unless you're a season-ticket holder you won't be allowed on the court. Non-season-ticket holders will sit in the lower bowl and watch draft coverage on the scoreboard over the arena floor.

General Manager Scott Layden and Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen will be doing Q&A's with fans during the party.

Food and drink will be available in the concession stands.

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