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Wolves agree to 2-year deal with free agent forward Jordan Hill

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that the Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to terms with free agent forward Jordan Hill on a two-year deal worth $8 million.

The Wolves and Hill came to agreement on Wednesday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team has not announced the deal.

Hill averaged 8.8 points and 6.2 rebounds for the Indiana Pacers last year. He is the latest addition to the Wolves frontcourt after adding center Cole Aldrich earlier in free agency.

New coach Tom Thibodeau has made addressing front-court depth one of the team’s top priorities. Now he has Hill and Aldrich to back up Karl-Anthony Towns and Gorgui Dieng.

  • Angry, but dont attack women

    He reportedly plead no contest to physically abusing his gf in 2012: beating her legs and choking her. We supposed to go cheer him? He’s not a man, just a coward if this is true.

  • Angry, but don’t attack women

    Way to go, Glenn, Thibs! What a fine example he’ll set backing up KAT. This franchise’s “success” is still a long way off, and it’s leadership is capable of very bad judgment.

  • BIGGERDOG 47

    WAS HE CONVICTED? PROVEN GUILTY?

  • BIGGERDOG 47

    LET THE RECORDS SHOW…………….

  • Angry, but don’t attack women

    He plead no contest: he admitted it! Volunteered to accept conviction. Kinda leaves no doubt unless you choose to ignore the truth. Domestic violence can’t be tolerated or overlooked by anyone with integrity. Do the Wolves have any left if they go get a player and don’t mention the sordid truth about this thug?

    • linus

      No contest is not a conviction, though I agree with your larger point.





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