(Minneapolis, MN) — Karl-Anthony Towns is officially locked in to play with the Timberwolves for the next six seasons. He formally signed his four-year super-max extension yesterday. The contract begins in 2024 and will be worth a projected 224 million dollars. Towns averaged 24-point-six points and nine-point-eight rebounds with the Wolves in 74 games last season. In other team news, Chris Haynes reports that before Minnesota acquired Rudy Gobert from Utah, the Wolves rejected a trade offer from Brooklyn that would have sent Kevin Durant to the Twin Cities in exchange for Towns, Anthony Edwards, and four first-round draft picks.
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