Monday, July 23, 2007

Wolves Updates 7/23

From Rick Alonzo/Pioneer Press:
Veteran Troy Hudson and the Timberwolves are negotiating a contract buyout, Bill Neff said Sunday, and the agent promised to offer the team a follow-up proposal this week.

On the negotiations:

The agent approached the Wolves early last week and said Hudson would be open to a buyout at a fair price. The Wolves responded with a buyout offer of about half the almost $19 million remaining on Hudson's deal.

Neff said the offer was too low, and Hudson's camp hadn't responded. Neff said he plans to make another proposal to the team this week.

From Get, a snippet from ESPN The Magazine:
Is there a limit to KEVIN GARNETT’S loyalty? We’ll find out if the Wolves don’t move him. A person close to the star said KG was stunned when he heard the team was looking to trade him, adding that the 10-time All-Star is now like a husband whose wife decided to leave, only to return when her car wouldn’t start. “It’d be awkward to go back,” the source says …