Hudson to become free agent, teaming with KG in Boston an option
MINNEAPOLIS -- The agent for Troy Hudson said Tuesday that the Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to buy out Hudson's contract, making him a free agent.
Bill Neff said he has reached a verbal agreement with Wolves owner Glen Taylor to sever ties. The Wolves will pay Hudson just under $6 million this year and just over $6.3 million next season, which is about 80 percent of what Hudson was owed.
"It works out fine," Neff said. "Now we have to go find a
team to take a chance ...
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