Andrew Wiggins and the up-and-coming T-Wolves tangle with Derrick Rose and the Bulls during this NBA preseason showdown
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The Scouting Report
As part of its fourth annual Canada Series, the NBA returns to Winnipeg this Saturday for a star-studded matchup between the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves. After winning 50 games a year ago, the Bulls once again appear to be a top contender in the Eastern Conference. But instead of trying to lure high-profile free agents to the Windy City with big money and sneakers filled with precious ambergris, they had a relatively quiet offseason, sticking to a core of veterans that includes 2011 MVP Derrick Rose, Joaquim Noah, and emerging star Jimmy Butler.
On the other side of the court, the T-Wolves boast one of the most exciting young rosters in the league. Toronto native Andrew Wiggins, who earned Rookie of the Year honors last season, headlines a cast that includes 2015 first-round pick pick Karl Anthony Towns and 2014 first-rounder Zach LaVine.