A collection of autographed custom trading cards from the players, coaches, and notable figures in Minnesota sports history.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
7'0" center Trevor Winter was a key reserve for the Gophers hoops squad in the mid to late nineties, and a big part of the 1997 Final Four team during his senior season. Although he only averaged 2.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per game over his collegiate career, a seven-foot frame will always get you a chance at the next level. Winter got that chance for his hometown Timberwolves in 1999. He played in one dubious career NBA game, committing five fouls and five minutes against the Lakers as the Wolves played Hack-a-Shaq.