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RealGM Radio: David Locke, Adam Mares On The Northwest Division
Host Danny Leroux, David Locke of the Utah Jazz and Locked on Podcast Network and Adam Mares of Denver Stiffs break down the Northwest Division
Wolves Sign James Nunnally To Two-Year Deal
James Nunally played for Fenerbahce over the past two seasons.
Magic Agree To Sign Amile Jefferson To Two-Way Deal
Amile Jefferson finished last season on a two-way deal with the Wolves.
Jimmy Butler Undergoes Successful Hand Surgery
Jimmy Butler has already returned to offseason activities.
Karl-Anthony Towns On Minnesota: I Have A Lot Of Things That Have To Be Talked About
Karl-Anthony Towns hosted a basketball camp and was asked if Minnesota still feels like his second home.
Raptors, Wolves Held Exploratory Talks In 2017 On DeMar DeRozan For Andrew Wiggins
Andrew Wiggins ultimately signed a five-year extension with the Wolves in 2017.
Jimmy Butler Formally Rejects Four-Year, $110M Extension Offer From Wolves
Jimmy Butler can earn up to a five-year, $190 million deal next summer with the Wolves or a four-year, $141 million deal with another team.
Karl-Anthony Towns, Wolves In Early Discussions On Extension
Karl-Anthony Towns could agree upon a five-year, $158 million extension that increases to $190 million if he makes an All-NBA team again next season.
Jimmy Butler, Kyrie Irving Interested In Playing On Same Team
Jimmy Butler has no interested in signing an extension this summer with the Wolves.
76ers Interested In Jamal Crawford
Jamal Crawford declined his $4.5 million option with the Wolves.

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