Ronzone said the Wolves were considering taking Kanter at No. 2, along with another player who visited on Thursday—Arizona forward Derrick Williams.
"The beautiful thing about these two guys is they competed (against other players)," Ronzone said. "I thought that was great because in the old days they didn’t do that. They’re changing the style now. I like the fact that they competed."
"Williams works out with current Timberwolves Michael Beasley and Wes Johnson in Los Angeles and said he’d be happy to come to Minnesota.
"What impressed me today was his handle," Ronzone said. "He’s got a big-time handle. He shakes guys off of him. He goes left to right real well."