Report: Wolves interested in Brandon Rush

Ken Berger of CBS Sports reports the Timberwolves or Trail Blazers could be a potential landing spot for free-agent shooting guard Brandon Rush. As Berger puts it, Rush is more likely to end up with the team that doesn't end up with Nicolas Batum.
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Ken Berger of CBS Sports reports the Timberwolves or Trail Blazers could be a potential landing spot for free-agent shooting guard Brandon Rush. As Berger puts it, Rush is more likely to end up with the team that doesn't end up with Nicolas Batum.

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