Looking at the Timberwolves' depth chart (http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/teams/depth?team=min)
Kevin Ollie is ancient, so he's a nonfactor. Telfair and Bobby Brown are hardly the answer. This is one of their weakest positions so they might choose from the heap of PG talent.
Main guy here is Mike Miler, but they've been openly shopping him for awhile now so you never know. Randy Foye has proven to be a capable backup, but they would still need some depth here either way so it's another possibility.
Lots of young talent here with Ryan Gomes, Rodney Carney, and Corey Brewer so I doubt they go this route.
Craig Smith is decent, not big on Brian Cardinal and and Mark Madsen. Though Kevin Love can play here when Al Jefferson is on the court so I don't think they go with a big man.
Al Jefferson is a stud. He's great, he's young, he's their best player. They have Jason Collins and Shelden Williams playing backup so again, they won't go big.
Tyreke Evans. They need a PG and depth at the SG. Tyreke is both. He's a good ball handler, nice passer, and capable rebounder. He would give them what they need at their two weakest positions. I see him being a starter from day one for them.