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Beasley optimistic about returning to Wolves

Michael Beasley had his exit interview with coach Rick Adelman and president of basketball operations David Kahn on Wednesday. The Wolves have the option to pick up the remaining $8 million on Beasley's contract. Beasley says he feels "pretty good about coming back next year."
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Michael Beasley had his exit interview with coach Rick Adelman and president of basketball operations David Kahn on Wednesday. The Wolves have the option to pick up the remaining $8 million on Beasley's contract. Beasley says he feels "pretty good about coming back next year."

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