(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Timberwolves are trying to bolster their defense. The team signed Kyle Anderson to a two-year contract worth 18 million dollars at the start of free agency yesterday. Anderson plays strong defense on the wing while coming off the bench. On the offensive side of the ball with Memphis last season, he averaged seven-point-six points per game. In other Wolves news, the team released its Summer League roster. Draft picks Walker Kessler, Wendell Moore Jr., and Josh Minott will join Kansas star David McCormack and Wolves reserve Leandro Bolmaro among others in Las Vegas.