You trade two starters to move up to the 5th pick in the draft.
You draft Rubio with the 5th pick, a player who you know is temperamental about where he sees himself playing, along with the notion that he has to earn enough money to buy himself out of his Euro deal.
You get him excited about the prospects of being a lead and starting NBA guard for about, oh, 4 minutes, then pick the next best point guard, immediately infuriating Rubio's camp instead of filling a need with another position player (Stephen Curry) who can get your fanbase excited for years to come.
Then you tell the media the two point guards can play in the same backcourt together and you expect them to.
Like a new car that is about to be driven home Rubio's trade value, which was a major reason to draft the kid, isn't any higher than it is now, yet you don't pull the trigger on a deal and Rubio stays home to live in his parent's basement.
Then you sign ANOTHER point guard to compete with Flynn for the next four years?
Wolves fans, you better hope that Mr. Kahn gets proper value when he ultimately trades Rubio.
At the end of the day, if the Wolves were hoping that Kahn would come in and bring solace to a rocky organization, then you can't be overly comfortable after his first off season.