I'm not going to buy reports that Knight is Utah's pick at #3. As happens every year, the reports keep changing up until the draft (though this year there might be less need for subterfuge). I think Kanter and Knight are the front runners, but I wouldn't be terribly surprised if they picked Walker over Knight, Valanciunas over Kanter, or went with a wing (Vesely or Leonard) instead.
Minnesota at #4 is going to be one hell of a wild card. Perhaps I'm a bit too cynical about Kahn, but I don't think you can rule out him picking a point guard even with Rubio maybe coming over, picking Kanter even if he duplicates a lot of what Love does, or picking another SF despite their glut at the position. Last off-season, despite having Corey Brewer, they drafted Wesley Johnson, Lazar Hayward and Nemanja Bjelica, as well as added Martell Webster via a draft-day trade. Two weeks later he added Michael Beasley. Really wouldn't surprise me whoever they pick (though with the run at PGs two years ago and SFs last year, Cs are probably due), and having them here at the #4 spot is the second-best case scenario, best being us trading for their #2.