Timberwolves Reportedly Set To Sign Anthony Tolliver

August 6th, 2010 by Matt Bick Leave a reply »

It is being reported by several media outlets that the Timberwolves have signed power forward Anthony Tolliver to a two-year, $4.5 million deal.

Tolliver appears to have first come to the attention of the Timberwolves when he put in a 34-point performance while with Golden State at the Target Center. Tolliver’s contract is guaranteed. His skill set seems to dovetail with David Kahn’s strategy in Free Agency 2010.

Tolliver, for a 6’9” power forward, has the range to knock down the 3-ball, according to scouting reports. At only 25 years of age, Tolliver represents yet another investment from the Timberwolves front office in a young player. Tolliver spent last season with the Golden State Warriors, making 44 appearances. Of those 44, Tolliver started 29 en route to averaging 11.7 points a night and 7 rebounds.

About a week or so ago, I wrote an article detailing how Tolliver’s potential signing affects the Wolves’ plans, both where he is concerned and where other players are concerned.  The contents of that article are re- ...

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