For weeks now, Providence guard Kris Dunn has been No. 1 on the draft board of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Tom Thibodeau, now the executive and coach, had the power to take whomever he wanted. He wanted Dunn and he took him, which puts the Wolves in the driver's seat for the rest of the draft night.

If the Wolves decide to keep Dunn, he's their point guard of the future, perfectly embodying the type of point guard Thibodeau wants on both ends of the floor. He's a gifted creator and scorer. He's a long defender who can disrupt his match-up as they try to initiate the offense. He's capable of being the perfect complement to Karl-Anthony Towns, who played with Dunn in high school. He can set up Andrew Wiggins and Zach LaVine on the perimeter, too.

The decision to keep Dunn would mean the inevitable end of Ricky Rubio's tenure in Minnesota. There isn't room for both of them long-term, and a Rubio deal could possibly net a forward in return to round out the rotation for Thibodeau.

If the Wolves decide to move Dunn, both the Philadelphia 76ers and Chicago Bulls would love to acquire him. The 76ers reportedly tried to acquire the third pick in the draft in order to get Dunn. The Bulls are reportedly willing to discuss a trade of Jimmy Butler for Dunn's draft rights and Zach LaVine. Thibodeau turning this selection into a bidding war could accelerate the rebuilding process in his first year with the team.

Kris Dunn is highly sought after.