Report: Wolves sign Kevin Martin to 4-year deal worth up to $30M

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Free agent Kevin Martin has signed with the Timberwolves, according to Yahoo! Sports.

Multiple reports suggest the deal is worth up to $30 million.

Martin might finally be the shooting guard that can score and shoot threes the Wolves have desired for so long.

Martin, 30, averaged 14 points per game off the bench in Oklahoma City last season, and he shot a blistering 42.6 percent from three.

His career scoring average of 17.4 points per game includes seven straight seasons from 2006-2011 where he averaged at least 20 points per game.

Zach Harper writes that Minnesota won't have any trouble scoring points next season, but will they be able to defend?

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