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The Timberwolves acquired Monte Morris for Shake Milton, Troy Brown Jr. and a 2030 second-round pick, and will reportedly add Marcus Morris Sr. via the buyout market.
Monte Morris will make his Timberwolves debut as Minnesota kicks off a West Coast road trip in L.A. against Kawhi Leonard and the surging Clippers.
Tim Connelly and the Timberwolves added Monte Morris at the trade deadline, but they likely aren’t done searching for reinforcements.
Anthony Edwards and the Timberwolves will look to get back on track against a Bucks team that is 1-4 since Doc Rivers took over as head coach last week.
Timberwolves President Tim Connelly drafted Morris in Denver and now reunites with the seven-year veteran point guard.
Rudy Gobert led the Timberwolves with 22 points and 16 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to overcome off nights for both Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns.
Traylor appeared in eight games for the Lynx in 2023, while Dixon played in 14 contests for the Sun and Mercury last season.
According to Jake Fischer of Yahoo! Sports, Minnesota is active in the backup point guard market.
Edwards and Towns will head to Indianapolis, where they may have the chance to be coached by the Timberwolves coaching staff.