Deal expected to average $20M per year
MINNEAPOLIS -- All-Star forward Kevin Garnett signed a five-year contract extension with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday, satisfied that several offseason acquisitions have given him a better chance for his first playoff success.
The deal is worth $100 million, ESPN.com's Marc Stein reports. While neither side would discuss terms, Wolves owner Glen Taylor was asked if this was another nine-figure deal.
"Yeah. Yeah. Maybe. I don't know," he said, laughing.
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