Year-Round News & Updates on the Minnesota Timberwolves
After just under a year and a half with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Anthony Randolph has moved on and will be a part of the Denver Nuggets organization, next season.
According to multiple reports, Randolph signed a 3-year deal, worth $6million ($2million a year).
The Timberwolves didn't extend a qualifying offer to him, making him an unrestricted free agent. There were reports that he COULD still resign with the Minnesota Timberwolves, but obviously that won't be happening.
Instead, Randolph will join the Nuggets and backup Kenneth Faried at power forward.
In order to sign AR15, Denver had to amnesty center Chris Andersen. I'd say there's a small chance the Timberwolves will be looking at Andersen to fill a void at the backup center. Of course, unrestricted free agent Greg Stiemsma & Jordan Hill are the biggest targets at a second-string center.
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