According to Michael Scotto of Basketball Insiders, the Minnesota Timberwolves want to add a former Chicago Bulls point guard. No, it's not Derrick Rose. The 2011 MVP is out of the team's price range unless he were to take a huge pay cut. Plus, the guard recently had a meeting with the Los Angeles Clippers and a second meeting with the Milwaukee Bucks. As of now, Aaron Brooks, Anthony Morrow, and Alan Anderson are on the team's radar.

Brooks would join the reunion

The 32-year-old veteran was a former reserve under coach Tom Thibodeau. Brooks spent this past season with the Indiana Pacers averaging 5.0 points in 13.8 minutes of play, according to In Thibodeau's last season with the Bulls, Brooks had his most recent success by averaging 11.6 points and 3.2 assists in 23 minutes of playing time.

Brooks spent one extra season in Chicago with coach Fred Hoiberg but saw his minutes and production decrease. Brooks was a not a top option off the bench this season either. However, Minnesota wants a veteran wing player that can stretch the defense.

If the team and Brooks can come to a deal, it would be the third former Bull player under Thibodeau to join the Timberwolves. The team orchestrated a trade with the Bulls to acquire Jimmy Butler and the No. 16 pick of the draft for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, and the No. 7 overall pick. Then the team signed Taj Gibson to a two-year, $28 million deal. Brooks was a steady bench player for the Bulls two years ago and could enjoy a change of scenery with a familiar face.

Morrow and Anderson targeted

Morrow spent this last season with the Thunder and Bulls. Morrow as part of a trade that sent Gibson to the Thunder. Morrow is a career 42 percent shooter from three point range but averaged just 9.7 minutes with the Bulls in nine games. He is averaging 9.2 points a game in his career. Anderson spent this past season with the Clippers and averaged 2.9 points a game in 10.3 minutes.

Likely pick

The obvious choice by Thibodeau is to bring in Brooks. Morrow and Anderson were last options off the bench this past season with their respective teams. Brooks also has chemistry with Butler and Gibson. It seems that Thibodeau is trying to mix and match the perfect combination of young players and veterans.

The Timberwolves have two glowing stars in Karl Anthony-Towns and Andrew Wiggins. The team is looking to break the league's longest playoff drought. It seems that Thibodeau has something special planned.