The latest rumors about the Minnesota Timberwolves
After two fun seasons in the Twin Cities, a report has surfaced stating that forward Nathan Knight is headed to the Big Apple.
We’ve got you covered on all the latest news, rumors, signings and tidbits related to the Wolves leading up to and during 2023 NBA Free Agency.
From Bradley Beal choosing the Phoenix Suns to the Wizards also dealing Kristaps Porzingis to the Zion Williamson sweepstakes, we’ve got your back this week.
On The Jon Krawczynski Show, Krawczynski reported that, at this moment in time, he doesn’t see a Towns trade as a likelihood.
Here we go again, Karl-Anthony Towns finds his name swirling in trade rumors yet again. However, this time, things may be more serious.
The Anthony Edwards Show may be going international this fall, according to Chris Hine of the Star Tribune.
Could Patrick Beverley be coming home to reunite with Anthony Edwards and Karl-Anthony Towns for another playoff run?
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Minnesota is acquiring Mike Conley, Nickeil Alexander-Walker and three second-round picks from the Utah Jazz.
Jake Fischer of Yahoo Sports reports that Reid has declined extension offers from the Timberwolves and is seeking an eight digit salary moving forward.
Will the grass be greener on the other side for the four-year shooting guard?
Multiple teams have kicked the tires on acquiring fan favorite Naz Reid in the past week. But what does that mean in moving forward for Minnesota?
The front offices in Denver and Los Angeles have interest in Timberwolves big Naz Reid, according to Michael Scotto of USA Today and HoopsHype.
Miami may look to offload Kyle Lowry’s contract and has logged interest in D’Angelo Russell, according to multiple reports.
The beloved folk hero has interest in returning to the Wolves if he is bought out after a trade from the Lakers, according to Jake Fischer of Yahoo Sports.
While purely speculation, Murray trade ideas are fun to think about
With the NBA Draft right around the corner, who are the players most frequently projected to go to the Wolves?
Grab the lasagna.
The current Denver President of Basketball Operations would run Minnesota’s front office if hired.