Kevin Martin and the Minnesota Timberwolves have reached an agreement on a four-year, 28 million dollar deal, according to Yahoo! Sports.
This is the second free agent that Minnesota has locked down, as they just signed Chase Budigner for three years and 16 million.
Martin had a good year with the Thunder, who acquired him in the deal for James Harden. Martin averaged 14 PPG and was a good 3-point shooter for Oklahoma.
While Martin did a serviceable job in replacing Harden, it will be interesting to see how the Thunder replace Martin.
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- PBT: Budinger, Wolves reportedly have 3-year deal (probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com)
- Chase Budinger Reportedly Reaches Agreement on New Deal with Timberwolves (bleacherreport.com)
- Report: Timberwolves re-sign Budinger (oddonion.com)
- Report: Timberwolves re-sign Budinger (bnd.com)