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NBA free agency: Kevin Martin, Timberwolves reach agreement

Kevin Martin is headed to the Minnesota Timberwolves on a four-year contract worth $28 million.

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Wolves nab Martin, likely lose Kirilenko

Needing perimeter shooting, the Timberwolves signed Kevin Martin to a four-year, $28 million contract, which likely signals the end of Andrei Kirilenko's tenure with the club. Is that really a good thing?

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Martin deal gets 'yay' from Timberwolves fans

Wolves sign Kevin Martin! I give this one a yay! Four years, $28 million seems pretty steep for a 30 year old player who struggles defensively, but first, let's wait to see the details on the deal, and second, it's Timberwolves. Until we show otherwise, we are subject to the NBA stupid tax.

SB Nation's Timberwolves blog Canis Hoopus reacts to Martin's four-year, $28 million agreement.
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Martin agrees to 4-year deal with Wolves

Kevin Martin has reportedly agreed to a four-year, $28 million deal with Minnesota. Martin's shooting ability and veteran presence should blend in nicely with the up-and-coming Timberwolves, who also signed Chase Budinger on Tuesday.

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Kevin Martin pursued by Thunder, Bucks & others

The veteran sharpshooter hits free agency after just one season in Oklahoma City. He could return to the Thunder, but will also have plenty of other suitors around the league.

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Kevin Martin wants to stay with Thunder long term

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Kevin Martin will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, but he hopes to stay in OKC.

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