Can the Timberwolves have the best starters in franchise history next season?

After trading for Rudy Gobert, the Minnesota Timberwolves are now in discussion for the strongest starting five in the Western Conference.

Gobert would slide alongside Karl-Anthony Towns to form one of the most dominant frontcourts in the NBA. If Anthony Edwards and Jaden McDaniels can step up and D’Angelo Russell can play like he did last year, the Timberwolves should have no problem becoming one of the best starters in franchise history.

This task is harder than you think. Using Bill James’ winning share metric, the Timberwolves have had some talented lineups throughout their existence and there will need to be some improvement for the group to reach that goal next year.

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