Complete – March 30, 2016 – 8:00 PM ET – Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota – Attendance: 12,252 – Duration: 2 Hours, 6 Minutes
Referee #65 Sean Wright
Referee   Dedric Taylor
Referee #29 Mark Lindsay
Player Stats
GChris Paul30201681012
CDeAndre Jordan3011080311
FJeff Green2910131230
SGWesley Johnson287051231
SGJ.J. Redick2717331000
FLuc Mbah a Moute217160020
SGJamal Crawford1810122000
GPablo Prigioni180410001
SGAustin Rivers1410010030
CCole Aldrich122032202
SGC.J. Wilcox73000020
FJeff Ayres62010020
FPaul Pierce00000000
Player Stats
FShabazz Muhammad2611480022
GRicky Rubio259131010
SGAndrew Wiggins247101036
CKarl-Anthony Towns24161110023
GTyus Jones232200030
GZach LaVine220420001
CGorgui Dieng2232100120
FNemanja Bjelica2014170021
FTayshaun Prince208020001
CGreg Smith171060001
FAdreian Payne110440001
FDamjan Rudez68000000
C Aldrich agrees to deal with Timberwolves

A lot of big-name big men were available in the free-agent market this year, but the Minnesota Timberwolves acquired a mid-level center on Sunday, when Los Angeles Clippers’ backup center Cole Aldrich agreed to a three-year, $22 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Marc Stein of ESPN reported.

Aldrich will get considerably less money that other centers who recently agreed to terms with NBA teams, but Aldrich does not figure to be a major offensive weapon for the Timberwolves. They already have Karl-Anthony Towns, the rookie of the year this past season, and it is unclear whether Gorgui Dieng or Aldrich would slip into the starting lineup alongside Towns.

The 6-foot-11 Aldrich, 27, averaged 5.5 points, 4.8 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in 60 games, including five starts, this past season.

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