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Undrafted rookie Charles Cooke out of Dayton has agreed to a free-agent contract with Minnesota, league sources tell ESPN.
ESPN Sources: Minnesota Timberwolves attempting to secure a second round pick.
Justin Patton ranks 20th overall in ESPN's analytic draft model with a 14% chance of being a starter in the league due to very efficient scoring in college.
With the No. 16 overall pick, the Bulls selected Justin Patton (C, Creighton), but he's headed to Minnesota as part of the Jimmy Butler trade. Patton is the fourth player ever drafted out of Creighton in the first round.
Jimmy Butler did not have a comment, when reached by ESPN, about the trade to Minnesota when reached in Paris. Found out from his agent Bernie Lee at about 2 a.m. local time.
Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward and Isaiah Thomas were only a few of the premiere players to switch teams in the offseason. Catch up on the rest of the moves across the association.
Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball throws down a dunk during a late-night workout and celebrates with some signature moves.
With so much high-end player movement during the offseason, the fantasy value of myriad players has been altered dramatically -- and not just those players who changed teams.
Raul Neto could be the final cut when the Utah Jazz set their roster on Oct. 16 since his salary for the upcoming season is not guaranteed.
Patrick Patterson, signed by Oklahoma City in July, is focused on being cleared to play by at least the start of the 2017-18 regular season.
Malik Monk, Charlotte's 2017 first-round pick, knows he must play better defense in the NBA than what he showed in college at Kentucky.