Corey Brewer has seen his playing time decrease as of late, something Timberwolves coach Kurt Rambis calls "circumstantial."
However, the return of Martell Webster from back surgery and the development of Wesley Johnson will likely keep Brewer's minutes down.
Minnesota chose not to negotiate a contract extension with the guard, who will become a restricted free agent next summer.
"I don't really want a trade," Brewer said. "I want to play more. I love Minnesota, been here four years. I don't really want to go anywhere, whatever they decide to do. If I'm not getting the minutes I'd like to get, I still feel I can help the team whenever I do get out there.
"As long as that's positive, everybody sees it here and other teams see it."