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Report: Wolves hope to sign Butler to extension


After snapping a 13-year playoff Womens Edgar Martinez Jersey drought, Minnesota is all too eager to keep its core intact. According to Marc Stein of The New York Times, the Timberwolves hope to ink Jimmy Butler to a maximum four-year contract this offseason. Stein tweeted:
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Derrick Rose’s reunion tour with coach Tom Thibodeau will apparently continue.

According to multiple reports, the former MVP winner Rose has agreed to a 1-year deal and will re-sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Rose was waived by the Utah Jazz on Feb. 10 after the team acquired him in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Feb. 8. The Wolves officially added Rose on March 8 of last season. Since Rose was waived before March 1, he became eligible to join the Timberwolves’ playoff roster.

He averaged 5.8 points and 1.2 assists in nine regular-season games last season, then upped his averages to 14.2 ppg and 2.6 apg in Minnesota’s five first-round playoff games. Here’s more from Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribuneon Rose and the Wolves:

The Timberwolves’ top target when the NBA’s free-agency period began at 11 p.m. Saturday, former league MVP Derrick Rose reached agreement with them on a one-year contract in the hour before the clock struck midnight, according to a source with knowledge of the deal.

Guys, we’re already to the eighth-best outcome and we’ve only got nine out of 27 accounted for! This is going to get dark.