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Wolves officially sign Batum to offer sheet, Blazers have three days to match

Former Wolves' guard Martell Webster cleared waivers Sunday afternoon, and soon after the Wolves signed restricted free-agent Nicolas Batum to an offer sheet believed to be worth $46.5 million over four years. The Portland Trail Blazers have three days to match the offer or let him play in Minnesota.
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