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Former Wolves' guard Martell Webster cleared waivers Sunday afternoon, and soon after the Wolves signed restricted free-agent Nicolas Batum to an offer sheet believed to be worth $46.5 million over four years. The Portland Trail Blazers have three days to match the offer or let him play in Minnesota.
The Wolves are still waiting for Portland to make a decision on Nicolas Batum, who signed an offer sheet from Minnesota worth more than $45 million. The decision might already be made, however, as Batum is headed to Oregon for a physical.
The Wolves waived Martell Webster and traded Brad Miller to clear cap space to submit their offer sheet to Nicolas Batum. But Batum can’t sign any offer until Webster clears waivers at 5 p.m. Sunday. Until then, Wolves' president David Kahn says they'll keep trying to work out a sign and trade with the Blazers for Batum.
Nicolas Batum, a restricted free-agent from the Portland Trail Blazers, was scheduled to meet with the Timberwolves Sunday night. The Star Tribune reports the Wolves are prepared to offer Batum a four-year deal worth as much as $50 million. The Blazers would have the right to match any offer Batum receives.
The Timberwolves whiffed on their attempt to sign Nicolas Batum, and they won't be getting perhaps the next best shooting guard on the market, Courtney Lee. Lee is headed from Houston to Boston in a sign-and-trade. Meanwhile, Blazers GM Neil Olshey and Wolves GM David Kahn took shots at each other.
The Timberwolves pounded Portland, 106-94 Wednesday night at Target Center for their third straight win, and fifth straight at home. Kevin Love continued his torrid pace with 29 points and 16 rebounds and Wes Johnson had his best game as a pro, scoring 19 points on 8-11 shooting.