Basketball chief Gerson Rosas has a vision for the Minnesota Timberwolves. After making major changes to Wolves’ roster in the 2019-20 trade deadline, Rosas All-Stars Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell surrounded a host of promising young talents. Every Thursday we’ll be tracking the progress of these young players while keeping up with the G League Iowa Wolves to see who will rise to the challenge of bringing a steady winning team to Minnesota. This is the seventh edition of the 2020-21 Young Wolves Tracker. Spotlight on … Nas Red Center The Minnesota Timber Wolves 2020-21 season hasn’t seen many welcome surprises but Reed is an exception. One of the most consistent Timberwolves players this season has been Reid, an undead rookie from LSU in 2019 and appears to be a hidden gem found by team boss Gersson Rosas. He was a good addition to the roster in 30 games he played for Minnesota last season but became more of a contributor in his second season. In 31 matches so far, Reid has reached 11.9 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.2 pieces per game this year and shoots 50.9% in total and 35.6% from long range. More Timberwolves coverage He showed those skills last week with 13 points against the Chicago Bulls and 11 against the New York Knicks. The 6-foot-9 Position proved to be able to score and score efficiently in the NBA. Reid also shows his improvement from year to year, as he scored nine points per match and shot 41.2% off the ground as a freshman. He had a good month in February as well, scoring 11.8 points in 19.6 minutes per match. This includes a 29-point performance against the Oklahoma City Thunder on February 6 and 23 points against the Los Angeles Clippers four days later. Wolf Tracks – Owner Beasley has scored at least 25 points in the past two games. The Sniper went to 10 of 16 and 6 of 9 from a 3-point land to finish with 26 points in the Timberwolves’ last loss to Milwaukee Bucks and earned 25 points on Wednesday against the Bulls. The $ 60 million four-year deal that Paisley signed this season appears to have worked up to this point. Goalkeeper of the year Jailyn Noel also excelled against Bucks and Bowles. He scored 13 against Milwaukee and 12 against Chicago while paying 50% in both matches. Having spent most of the last season in Iowa, Noel has averaged 8.9 points per game and relates to 34.4% of his three-pointers in 2020-21. Not a remarkable year for Ricky Rubio, but he reached 18 points in Minnesota’s 103-99 loss to the Knicks on Sunday and 12 points against Bucks. He scores only 7.7 points per game and only pays out 38.5% overall, so those bids must have been a nice change to the previous No. 5 draft pick.