01:39 PM ET 05.12 | The Minnesota Timberwolves were an atrocious shooting team in 2012-13. Their 31 percent accuracy from beyond the three-point stripe was last in the NBA, and new general manager Flip Saunders will surely be looking to upgrade the shooting talent. Dallas Mavericks free agent O.J. Mayo could be the answer. The bigger question, however, is how much the Timberwolves are and should be willing to dish out for Mayo's services. He was a 40 percent three-point shooter and put in 15.3 points per game last season, but his post- and pre-All-Star weekend splits hint at his inconsistency issues.