The Wolves and Blazers continue to battle over Nicolas Batum.

Minnesota intends to sign Batum to a four-year, $46.4 million offer sheet on Sunday after making repeated attempts to acquire him via sign-and-trade. The Wolves have offered as many as three future first round picks and have also made Derrick Williams available.

Sources claim Portland has resisted a trade even though management believes Batum isn't worth $46.4 million.

The Wolves and Blazers have also been negotiating compensatory terms from a 2010 trade involving Martell Webster. Portland didn't disclose a back injury to Webster before the trade was consummated.