Wolves won't get Courtney Lee, feud with Blazers grows

The Timberwolves whiffed on their attempt to sign Nicolas Batum, and they won't be getting perhaps the next best shooting guard on the market, Courtney Lee. Lee is headed from Houston to Boston in a sign-and-trade. Meanwhile, Blazers GM Neil Olshey and Wolves GM David Kahn took shots at each other.
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