Year-Round News & Updates on the Minnesota Timberwolves
The Timberwolves have decided that they won't be extending qualifying offers to forwards Michael Beasley or Anthony Randolph. Which means, both will be unrestricted free agents, free to sign with whomever they please.
Michael Beasley won't be back in a Timberwolves uniform next season. There's a good chance you'll see him playing for the Lakers, next year. Beasley fell out of favor with Adelman and had trouble accepting his reserve role and his play was sporadic at best...as per usual.
Anthony Randolph may be back with the team, next season, however it won't be for the $4M qualifier that he would have got. With some time playing for the Timberwolves in the Summer League and a full summer of help, guidance and communication from Rick Adelman and his staff.
On a similar note, the deadline on buying out Brad Miller and Martell Webster has been extended into July. Leaving the door open for a potential trade. Furthermore, despite previous reports, Brad Miller's agent Mark Bartelstein said it's not certain that his client will, in fact: retire. You can be certain that he won't be in Minnesota next season though. Maybe he's looking to latch on with a contender (Miami, Oklahoma City, L.A. Lakers/Clippers, Chicago etc.) for one last run at the ring.
That's all for now, thanks for reading HOWL and GO WOLVES!
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