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Young Wolves look to finally break through this season.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) There is a gaping hole in the northeast corner of Target Center, the result of a renovation that has started on the Minnesota Timberwolves' aging arena to update it as much as possible without completely tearing it down and starting from scratch.
After almost a decade-long identity crisis, the major rebuilding of the roster is finally over.
With Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Zach LaVine, a core is firmly entrenched that makes one of league's most unsuccessful franchises the subject of envy for its wealth of young talent. Tom Thibodeau has arrived to give the Wolves a top-flight coach to take over their on-the-job education. And they are just plain sick and tired of hearing about the team's 12-year playoff drought.MORE
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|9/26/2016||Rasual Butler||Signed as Free Agent|
|9/1/2016||John Lucas III||Signed as Free Agent|
|9/1/2016||Toure' Murry||Signed as Free Agent|
|7/20/2016||Jordan Hill||Signed as Free Agent|
|10/3/2016||Nikola Pekovic||Sore right foot|