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2019 Schedule
47-35, 4th in Northwest
Why haven't KAT, Wolves agreed to extension yet? (1:52)
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T'wolves' Butler has minor hand surgery

Minnesota Timberwolves shooting guard Jimmy Butler has already returned to offseason activities after undergoing minor surgery on his right hand.

KAT sends Internet star flying with wicked crossover (0:20)
Ethan's dream comes true thanks to Jimmy Butler (6:36)
Butler knows he can make more money next year (0:32)
Okogie pickpockets defender, throws down dunk (0:18)
Stark pulls off circus layup (0:18)
Okogie tracks back for chase-down block (0:17)
Could Kyrie, Butler team up on the Knicks in 2019? (1:55)
Windhorst: Keep an eye on Irving, Butler (1:01)
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Reports: Wolves, Tolliver agree to 1-year deal

The Wolves have agreed to a one-year deal with Anthony Tolliver, according to reports, on the same day sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that the franchise rescinded its qualifying offer to Nemanja Bjelica.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Minnesota is sitting right at $112M in salary after the Cole Aldrich waiver. The Timberwolves will incur a $2M cap hit and will have the choice to stretch the amount owed over three years. Stretching the money would save the Timberwolves $1.37M this year but with the possibility of having 3 max contracts in 2019, Minnesota might be best to take the cap hit in one season.

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Sources: Timberwolves waive C Aldrich

The Minnesota have waive little-used center Cole Aldrich, who becomes a free agent. The Timberwolves would have had to guarantee his $6.9 million contract.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

As far as ESPN's draft analytics model is concerned, there was plenty of value to be found in the second round last night. In addition to these, the Mavericks picked up two talented players very late in Ray Spalding (Analytics Rank: 24) and Kostas Antetokounmpo (30).

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Wolves target perimeter D, get Okogie at No. 20

Seeking toughness and defensive versatility, the Wolves used the No. 20 overall pick to select Georgia Tech guard Josh Okogie in Thursday's NBA draft.

Towns loves grind of NBA on his body (1:34)
Prospect Profile: Keita Bates-Diop (0:37)
Prospect Profile: Josh Okogie (0:26)

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Team Stats

Points Per Game109.58th
Rebounds Per Game42.024th
Assists Per Game22.718th
Points Allowed107.317th

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