Camp will be important for young Wolves

MINNEAPOLIS — The Timberwolves begin training camp Tuesday in Mankato, where they’ll stay for four days before returning to the Twin Cities after Friday’s practice. They have eight days before their first preseason game against the Pacers in Fargo, N.D., and in that time, they’ll need to solidify relationships and continue to implement coach Rick Adelman’s system.

These new-look Timberwolves have a lot to accomplish in training camp, both on and off the court. The roster rebuild the team underwent this summer, though beneficial, will bring early challenges, and the team has a lot to do before it opens the regular season at home Nov. 2 against Sacramento.

Click here or above for the five most important things the team must work on and achieve during the next few weeks of camp, in no particular order: