Timberwolves sign draft pick Kris Dunn to contract

Publish date:
Updated on

The Minnesota Timberwolves signed their first round pick Kris Dunn to a contract on Thursday afternoon.


Although the terms of the contract have not been officially released by the team, Jerry Zagoda of the Star Tribune reports that the contract will pay him $3.9 million this coming season.

Dunn was drafted with No. 5 pick in the NBA Draft after three successful seasons at Providence College. It's expected that Dunn will backup Ricky Rubio this upcoming season at point guard.

The Timberwolves begin Summer League play this Friday and will run through the 18th. Rosters for this years team can be found below.


Next Up