Report: Wolves close to signing JJ Barea

The Associated Press reports JJ Barea could sign with the Timberwolves as early as Tuesday morning. Barea, a point guard, helped the Mavericks win the NBA title last season. Dallas head coach Rick Carlisle says Barea will "be a terrific player for the Timberwolves."
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The Associated Press reports JJ Barea could sign with the Timberwolves as early as Tuesday morning. Barea, a point guard, helped the Mavericks win the NBA title last season. Dallas head coach Rick Carlisle says Barea will "be a terrific player for the Timberwolves."

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