Obviously like I stated if one of the top 2 guards is available this becomes easy. The only one I have seen drop that far in some mock drafts is Terrencne Ross but I don't expect him to be around either as a lot of people around here are very high on him. The player that makes the most sense to me would be Doron Lamb. He is a very good outside shooter who would fit nicely next to Rubio. He is a very efficent player and capable defender. Some people may consider this a reach but he is clearly the best fit in my opinion. Here is the two other players I would take before Lamb if they slide in a best player available scenario.
Henson- His versatility would fit very nicely playing with Kevin Love and backing him up. The Wolves best shot blocker is either Darko or Randolph and I don't expect either of them to be with the team much longer. Henson is a player that could slide due to his lack of strength but his potential is too much to pass up.
PJ3- I am a big fan of his game in case you didn't know this already. I think someone will scoop him up before this spot but if he is available here take him over any other mentioned players outside of the obvious shooting guards. I can just picture him now catching lobs from Rubio and although the Wolves have a logjam on 3/4 hybrid players I think they would have enough size for a frontline of Love, DWilliams, Perry Jones III down the road.
Bynum was examined by Dr. Jack McPhilemy of Main Line Health and was diagnosed with a bone bruise of the medial femoral chondyle of his right knee. During the aforementioned time frame, Bynum will continue participate in low-impact conditioning drills.