Up-to-Date Minnesota Timberwolves Depth Chart and Injury Report

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Are you up to date on the latest Minnesota Timberwolves depth chart and injury report for the 2023-24 season? The NBA regular season is 82 games long so check back often to make sure your favorite players are in the Wolves lineup.

Minnesota Timberwolves Depth Chart

Here’s how the Timberwolves depth chart currently shakes out. Karl-Anthony Towns is expected to play on Friday night, after a month of recovery from his torn meniscus surgery. If he returns Friday, he will have two games to prepare for the playoffs. Upon his return, Naz Reid is expected to return to his 6th-man duties.

Players listed at one position in the below chart likely play other positions, as well. Basketball is becoming more and more positionless each year. Still, the chart reflects rather accurately where players are getting the most minutes recently.

PosStartersRotationBench 2-Way & G-League*Injured List
PGMike ConleyMonte MorrisJordan McLaughlinWendell Moore Jr.
SG*Anthony EdwardsNickeil Alexander-WalkerLuka GarzaDaishen Nix (2)*Jaylen Clark (2)
SFJaden McDanielsKyle AndersonTJ WarrenLeonard Miller
PF*Karl-Anthony TownsNaz ReidJosh Minott
CRudy Gobert
* : On Injury Report (Below)
— : Ruled Out (See Injury Report)
** : On G-League Assignment
(10): 10-Day Contract
(2) : Two-Way Contract

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Daishen Nix and Jaylen Clark (injured) are on two-way contracts, which means they cannot play in more than 45 regular season games this year and they are not eligible for the playoff roster. Luka Garza had his 2-way contract converted to a standard NBA contract last week, making him playoff eligible.

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The Timberwolves were able to avoid the major injury bug this season, before Towns went down. Rookie Jaylen Clark is the only Wolves player who’s been dealt a season-long injury, so far this season.

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Minnesota Timberwolves Injury Report

Here is the up-to-date Minnesota Timberwolves injury report, as of 1:08 p.m on April 12, 2024 prior to Friday’s game vs the Atlanta Hawks


  • Anthony Edwards – Illness
  • Karl-Anthony Towns – Left Meniscus Tear


  • Jaylen Clark – Right Achilles Tendon Rupture Rehab – Clark has yet to make his NBA debut

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Clark, a rookie second-round pick, had already torn his Achilles when the Timberwolves selected him 53rd overall in the 2023 NBA Draft. In June, he said he’s about seven to eight months away from regaining his lower body strength.

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