With rumors swirling around virtually every team, trade proposals are bound to get released in some fashion all over the place.
But one league executive clarified the exact position of the Timberwolves and what players they may be willing to part with, including Gorgui Dieng and Shabazz Muhammad, per Darren Wolfson of 5 Eyewitness News.
But that contract is terrible, and no team would want to jeopardize their financial flexibility moving forward.
On the Muhammad front, he’s only making about $1.6 million this year, and has a player option for next season.
So if the Timberwolves decide to move him, they can, depending on which team feels high on Muhammad.
Unless there’s a deal out there that lands them a star and could impact this season, Minnesota should stand pat.
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